The unique, noble sea salt comes from an underground geological phenomenon. Seawater from the Atlantic Ocean seeps through various layers of rock about 2000 metres thick into an underground salt lake that is over 400 years old. Through natural earth pressure, the salt water flows through further layers of rock to the earth’s surface into the salt basins. Dried by the sun and the wind, mineral-rich salt with natural iodine content is produced. The harvest is carried out according to the ancient tradition of the indigenous people. Salt farmers skim the salt with a shovel, then sort, check and pack it. Even the label is applied by hand. There is no mechanical influence whatsoever during the whole process.