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Oryx Desert Salt: The Salt of the Earth, Straight from South Africa’s Kalahari Desert to the USA

Food doesn’t have to taste bland. And while most people avoid adding salt to food due to health reasons, Oryx Desert Salt from the Kalahari Desert in South Africa is packed with a ton of flavor. So I find that you just need to add a pinch or two improve the taste of the dishes that you prepare.

Additionally, Oryx Desert Salt is unrefined and unprocessed – a 100% pure, crystal white, natural, mineral-rich desert salt. The ancient source and sun-dried method creates an exceptional taste, enhancing and enriching flavors of your food.

Being locally and sustainably produced is a foundational value for Oryx Desert Salt. Its motto is “Refill, Reuse, Real Value.” Plus, recyclable glass bottles and long-lasting ceramic grinder heads ensure they can be refilled several rimes. Refill boxes are available across the range.

Also, Oryx Desert Salt believes in giving back, so for every bag of salt sold, a percentage is donated to the Khomani San and Mier communities who own Xaus Lodge in the Kalahari Desert.

Oryx Desert Salt also makes a wonderful Oryx Desert Black Pepper product, perfect for cooking and adding to your favorite dishes. Plus, Oryx Smoked Salt and Oryx Wine Salt.

To learn more about the company, go to ORYXDESERTSALT.CO.ZA. The Oryx Desert Salt product is on promotion at Wholefoods for the rest of November.

— Jerry Del Priore

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Veteran print and digital Sports Writer-Blogger-Reporter-Author experienced in writing in-depth profile stories on a variety of high school, college and professional athletes and teams. I cover all of Brooklyn, among other areas in NYC, New Jersey and Long Island. Additionally, I have developed a presentation based on my book, Running Through Roadblocks, that encourages children to overcome obstacles and never give up…no matter what! Food Writer/Blogger experienced in venue write-ups and reviews. I also own and write for a blog called NYNJEntertainmentEats.com. Book: Running Through Roadblocks: Inspirational Stories of Twenty Courageous Athletic Warroirs Presentation: http://brooklynsportsauthor.blogspot.com/#!/2011/03/running-through-roadblocks-school.html In addition, I have ample experience working with medically fragile children, children with behavioral challenges and children with cognitively impairments.

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