A quick search in Google leads to a series of scientific researches and studies being done in various countries that reveal that sea salt around the world has been contaminated by microfibre and micro-plastic pollution. Some studies claim that microplastics are also finding their way into the food chain via the salt.
New studies now reveal that tiny particles have been found in sea salt in the UK, France and Spain, as well as China and now the US.
In addition, recent oil spills and frequent industrial waste dumping into the seas have made the seawater unfit as a source for pure salt. The process of water evaporation in case of sea salt involves evaporation under high pressure and temperature that alters the molecular structure of the salt. It is this life-less salt that adds no benefit instead, strips the body of its vitality.
LUNN Desert Salt is fast becoming a global choice for a safe alternative to sea and table salts. From the sand dunes of Rajasthan, India, we bring you an unrefined and mineral-rich desert salt or as the natives call it, Lunn.