What’s your best bet when buying your next batch of salt?
The answer is, we have a ton of them.
You probably already have your salt on hand and have some to use.
We’ve put together a list of the best salt brands, the salt prices you should expect to pay, and where you should go to get the best prices.
But first, here are a few tips for the salt industry: • Keep your salt away from heat, moisture and humidity.
Use it sparingly.
Salt that’s kept outside can easily get too hot.
It can also absorb excess moisture.
• Keep salt in cool, dry places.
It’s best to keep it in a cool, dark place.
If it’s a hot summer day, or the temperature is getting above 100 degrees Fahrenheit, then keep the salt inside.
• Be aware of where you buy your salt.
Some manufacturers charge for salt that’s shipped from a location that has a low salt content, such as in a dumpster or recycling bin.
That can mean you’re paying a premium, which can add to the cost of buying the salt.
• Salt manufacturers are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration.
It may be worth buying the salts from manufacturers that are regulated and don’t sell salt to consumers who are not licensed.