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( refinement, rock salt)
Bolivian Rose salt is hand harvested from the Andes Mountain range in Bolivia. Ancient sea salt deposits were covered with volcanic lava creating this high mineral salt and protecting it from pollution. The rose salt is refined from the rock salt what produce in south Bolivia.   Special point is not only beautiful as ruby, but also the taste is rich and well hermonized meets, fishes and vegetables.  Whats more, the ruby salt include much iron. Therefore it is good for anemia.
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Chunk - Stones – Rocks
500 Grams, 1 Kg, 5 Kg, 10 Kg.
Min. Order: 20 T/M (20.000 Kg.)

Less than 1 mm.
From 1 to 3 mm.
From 3 to 5 mm.


Carton box with 2 Plastic Bags - 10 kgs. each (Bulk)
Minimum Order : 50 Carton box (Pallets)

Plastic Bags - 500 gr. (Final Product)
Minimum Order : 40,000 Bags

In boxes or bags 20 Kgs. .--1000 boxes or bags in conteiner 20'
20 M/T in Conteiner 20'

sal rosada
bolsas sal
Rose salt 10 Kg..
Rose Salt Bags
salt rose
rosada fina
Rose salt 1 Kg..
Rose salt 1 / 2 mm.
Sal granulada Rosada de Los Andes
Rose Salt - from Los Andes
Rose Salt Chunk

Salt Use

Consumer Tips for Salt Use
Besides making foods delicious, it's believed there are more than 14,000 uses of salt, and our grandmothers were probably
familiar with most of them. Many of these uses were for simple things around the home before the advent of modern chemicals and cleaners. However, many uses are still valid today and a lot cheaper than using more sophisticated products.

  No additive is put in.
A use is various.
Rose Salt. For example....
Iron and calcium potassium magnesium are included
The Cooking of the deep taste is challenged by mild Rose Salt
In a bath, please melt in hot water, attach to skin and experiment
An anion is also generated
sal rosada
rocas sal rosada
Pink Salt Mines
Raw material pink salt
empaque sal
sal rosada
Export bags
Industrial warehouse

Halite is the mineral form of sodium chloride, NaCl, commonly known as rock salt. Halite forms isometric crystals. The mineral is typically colorless or white, but may also be light blue, dark blue, purple, pink, red, orange, yellow or gray depending on the amount and type of impurities. It commonly occurs with other evaporite deposit minerals such as several of the sulfates, halides, and borates.

Halite occurs in vast beds of sedimentary evaporite minerals that result from the drying up of enclosed lakes, playas, and seas. Salt beds may be up to hundreds of meters thick and underlie broad areas.


Halite is often used both residential and municipally for managing ice. Because brine (a solution of water and salt) has a lower freezing point than ordinary water, putting salt on ice will cause it to melt. It is common for homeowners in cold climates to spread 'rock salt' on their walkways and driveways after a snow storm to melt the ice. It is not necessary to use so much salt that the ice is completely melted; rather, a small amount of salt will weaken the ice so that it can be easily removed by other means. Also, many cities will spread a mixture of sand and salt on roads during and after a snowstorm to improve traction.

Rock salt may also be used to make ice cream. It is not actually used in the ice cream mixture; rather, it is used to melt the ice surrounding the can holding the ice cream. Melting is an endothermic process, so when the ice melts it absorbs heat from its surroundings to store as latent heat, thus cooling the ice bath and quickening the freezing process.

Category Halide mineral
Chemical formula Sodium chloride NaCl
Color colorless or white; also blue, purple, red, pink, yellow, orange, or gray
Crystal habit predominantly cubes and in massive sedimentary beds, but also granular, fibrous and compact
Crystal system isometric 4/m 3 2/m
Cleavage Perfect {001}, three directions cubic
Fracture Conchoidal
  Tenacity Brittle
Mohs scale hardness 2 - 2.5
Luster Vitreous
Streak white
Diaphaneity Transparent
Specific gravity 2.17
Optical properties Isotropic
Refractive index 1.544
Solubility in water
Other characteristics Salty flavor, Fluorescen
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Andes gray salt
Andes Gray Salt is hand harvested from the Andes Mountain range in Bolivia.
Snowcapped peaks of extinct volcanoes look down upon a huge salt desert, once a large inland sea, covered with volcanic lava. The light rose, orange & Gray color of Bolivian Salt makes it gorgeous when presented in a dish tableside or in a clear salt grinder.


For more than 3 million years, a layer of volcanic lava has covered these rose salt deposits – protecting them from pollution, preserving their pure taste and infusing this gray salt with essential minerals. Now, Bolivian Gray Salt is hand-harvested and hand-processed, making this ancient treasure from the Andes Mountain Range in Bolivia available in your kitchen and on your table.
The rich, pure taste of Bolivian Gray Salt matches its elegant and intriguing appearance.

Gray Salt contains many essential minerals including iron, calcium, potassium and magnesium.
In addition, Gray Salt has less sodium per serving than other salts.

Sal Gris
sal rosada y gris
Andes Gray Salt
Andes Gray and rose Salt, from Los Andes
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Nature salt (Uyuni lake)
( raw materials salt)

Uyuni salt lake is the biggest salt lake in the world. Uyuni is settled 3650m highland above sea level and boarderd of Chili. Where is windy and shiny weather conditions.
Undere these hard conditions make wondereful salt in the summit of the Andes.

Salar de Uyuni (or Salar de Tunupa) is the world's largest salt flat at 10,582 km² (4,085 square miles). It is located in the Potosí and Oruro departments in southwest Bolivia, near the crest of the Andes, 3,650 meters high. The major minerals found in the salar are halite and gypsum.

Some 40,000 years ago, the area was part of Lake Minchin, a giant prehistoric lake. When the lake dried, it left behind two modern lakes, Poopó Lake and Uru Uru Lake, and two major salt deserts, Salar de Coipasa and the larger Uyuni. Uyuni is roughly 25 times the size of the Bonneville Salt Flats in the United States.

Salar de Uyuni is estimated to contain 10 billion tons of salt, of which less than 25,000 tons is extracted annually.
All miners working in the Salar belong to Colchani's cooperative.
They work from dawn to dusk and most of them do not take a lunch break in order to take advantage of time, getting energy by chewing coca leaves. Every November, Salar de Uyuni is also the breeding grounds for three species of South American flamingos: the Chilean, James's and Andean flamingos. It is also a significant tourist destination; highlights include a salt hotel and several so-called islands.


In Colchani is the Salt Hotel, where everything is made of salt: chairs, beds, tables, walls. Also on the way, you will find Isla de Pescado (Fish Island), a 10-hour trip from Colchani. It is considered the largest "oasis" in a salt flat presented by such an isolated ecosystem. The island is populated by a number of cacti more than 8 m (26 ft) tall.

One can enjoy the landscape that is similar to those of polar regions where blues and whites merge together, and whose reflections generate images of inverted and horizontal saline hills over the horizon.
These images make for one of the best tourist sites for photography.

A salt pan is formed where water pools. A salt pan would be a lake or a pond if it were located in a climate where the rate of water evaporation were not faster than the rate of water precipitation, i.e., if it were not in a desert.

If the water is unable to drain into the ground, it remains on the surface until it evaporates, leaving behind whatever minerals were dissolved.
Over thousands of years, the minerals (usually salts) accumulate on the surface.

Sal Industrial
sal industrial
Uyuni salt lake
Uyuni salt lake
Water 0.5g/100g
Calcium 357mg/100g
Sodium 39.0mg/100g
Potassium 32.1mg/100g
Magnesium 37.8mg/100g
Chlorine 59.5g/100g
Nature salt
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