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According to the company website, the salt contains over 60 trace minerals. The published breakdown lists 59 minerals including iron oxide, that give it a characteristic color and flavor; 99% of Real Salt is made up of sodium chloride. Unlike most edible salts, the product does not contain anti-caking ingredients.
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