There are really only two things we care about when making our seasonings and salts. Quality and Sustainability.
We’ve built our company with both of these front of mind so when you purchase one of our products, you know you’re getting something of quality.
From a sustainability standpoint – our entire supply chain is built on minimizing our impact on the earth. Whether it’s our partnerships with non-profits built around sustainability to load balanced servers to minimize energy waste to our producers – we’ve built a business that attempts to leave the world in a better place than we found it.
For example, our primary supplier operates out of Washington state in a facility built to be sustainable, including 14 inch thick insulation to minimize heating and cooling loss, low-energy lightbulbs and scheduled lighting infrastructure and a warehouse built entirely electric to minimize air pollution and circulation leakage from internal combustion engines.
Beyond that, ourselves and our partners have laser focus on recycling. Whether it’s increased digitalization, reuse and recycling of pallets, packaging and labels to increased shipping efficiencies that have built a network around minimizing the carbon footprint of a package.
From our sources we get recyclable packaging and as we manufacture and craft our own seasonings, it was important to pay up for glass and aluminum packaging to ensure our products can be easily recycled. That’s if you don’t want to repurpose them into something awesome first.
Lastly, our suppliers are members of Sedex (the Supplier Ethical Data Exchange) which helps us ensure all our products are being ethically and responsibly sourced.
Quality is also incredibly important to us. Nobody wants to dive 100 meters on faulty gear, so to do we believe nobody wants to grill a steak, celebrate an anniversary or BBQ a party with faulty seasonings. We have meticulously sourced our products to ensure you’re getting the highest quality components.
Take our salts for example – while it seems simple, we ensure that even the water they come from meets purity standards and that the entire harvesting process is high quality and generates superior flavor profile.
Here is an example – DSSC Pink Himalayan Sea Salt. Why not just buy some at the grocery store? We’ll tell you why – QUALITY.
Our Pink Himalayan Sea Salt is the highest grade pink mineral salt in the world. Period. Our salts go through several all-natural and proprietary processing methods to guarantee the salts purity and leave its trace minerals intact. Don’t buy dyed salt. Real pink sea salt is the result of an ancient body of water that slowly evaporated and left behind mineral rich sea beds that fuses with the remaining seabed like clay or stone.
Throughout the years, tectonic pressure fuses these sea beds together and created the Himalayan Mountain Range. During excavation, the salt is removed as large boulders or blocks and subsequently refined.
What makes the difference is top of the line processing beyond simple color sorting equipment that leaves other elements of sand, gravel and grit in your sea salt. With our salts, you’re getting truly clean and refined pink sea salt that isn’t from a commodity importer. A closely guarded secret, this specific salt mine is operated by an FDA-registered supplier and from that comes some of the cleanest salts in the world.
That’s just getting the salt here though. From there, our network’s complex and detailed salt processing system includes sifters, aspirators, the strongest rare-earth magnets in the industry, de-dusters, chemical analysis testing, metal detection, and an exclusive Optically Clean® Technology – the end result being amazing tasting salt. Unlike other systems, our process uses the latest full color spectrum sorting technology watching crystals as they fall and blasting the low quality stuff out with air. By the end, you’re getting some really good stuff.
But it gets better. We aren’t treating this with harmful chemicals or dyes either. When you look at lower quality salts, you’re getting salts that weren’t even processed in the United States (who knows what that quality control looks like..), and its usually full of impurities. What’s even worse – the flavor profile stinks. Life’s too short to eat bad food.
Nobody wants to dive 100 meters on faulty gear, so to do we believe nobody wants to grill a steak, celebrate an anniversary or BBQ a party with faulty seasonings.
Deep Sea Salt Company