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Seneca Salt Natural Culinary Flake Salt

Most people think of the ocean when they think of salt, but salt deposits occur inland as well and that's the case in the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York where Seneca Salt Company was born far from any seashore.

Seneca Salt begins in salt veins 500 to 2,800 feet below the surface of Seneca Lake. A brine is produced within the salt vein using lake water. The brine then undergoes an evaporation process creating a culinary flake salt. The flakes vary in size and structure, which create a salt preferred by many chefs.

About the Producer

JAVA-GOURMET / Keuka Lake Coffee Roasters

Penn Yan, NY

Website: http://www.java-gourmet.com/

We are the creators of the original JAVA RUBS and a line of coffee-based specialty foods, including sauces, marinades, brines and more. We have perfected using coffee's culinary attribute of being a natural flavor enhancer in a complete line of specialty products. Coffee is the primary ingredient in all our products, and we are the only specialty food producer that actually roasts their own coffee for inclusion into the products. We also choose coffees for each product based upon flavor profiles of the bean that complement the taste profile in the product. All products are all natural and gluten-free.


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