Traditional Sea Salt from Hawai'i

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Traditional Hawaiian table salt, called Alaea, is an unprocessed salt that is rich in natural seawater minerals. The Alaea salt is reddish-brown in color due to the addition of a red volcanic clay called Alaea. This addition does not alter the saltā??s taste or smell, but does significantly increase its health benefits; it is composed of over 80 unique minerals. Alaea salt has a delicate and smooth flavor that is mellower and less salty than regular table salt, and its texture is intensely crunch

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Ceres & Co.

  Walkerton, IN

USDA certified organic truck farm, greenhouse and beef operation. We use biodynamic organic principles and are USDA certified organic. Located in North Central Indiana. NEW!! Grassfed beef. First butchering is complete, and frozen packaged beef is now available. Inquire about cuts. (more...)


Borodino Market @ Schoolhouse Farms

  Skaneateles, NY

The Borodino Market at Schoolhouse Farms a seasonal Market. It is located in a one room Schoolhouse listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Nestled in the eastern Finger Lakes The Borodino Market lies between Skaneateles and Otisco lake in the hamlet of Borodino New York. (more...)