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Salt is Used in more than 10000 products. Salt which is chemically known as Sodium Chloride (Nacl) has many uses . The content of Chlorine is around 60% and Sodium is only 40%. The different types of Salts available are as follws:

1) RAW SALT
2) TRIPLE REFINED FREE FLOW IODISED SALT.
3) INDUSTRIAL FREE FLOW SALT.
4) LOW HARDNESS SALT.
5) PURE VACUMM DRIED SALT.
6) REFINED IODISED SALT.
7) SUPERFINE DUST SALT.

The Salt is required by each and every industry, the quantity and quality varies.

Over the years, uses for salt have grown. Initially salt was a vital diet supplement and a means of food preservation. Later, it became a fundamental ingredient for the processes of tanning, dyeing and bleaching. Then, due to modern technology, salt came to be used for glazing pottery, soap-making and the early manufacturing of chlorine. It played catalyst to the success of today's chemical industry.

Salt is vital for our health. Not only does it perform important functions within our bodies, it also plays a key role in keeping our food safe to eat.

Sodium is one of a number of nutrients essential to the preservation of a healthy body. Knowing what to eat - and how much of it - can be a minefield. Although labels on processed food are designed to help us understand what we're eating, sometimes they can confuse us even more. In salt in food and a balanced diet, we give you some guidance and explain the difference between sodium and salt.