Your healthy salt alternative


What is Green Salt?

The problem with salt

Salt makes food delicious. But, it's high in sodium.  High sodium intake increases your chances of high blood pressure (  

The average person consumes 50% more sodium daily than recommended by the FDA. 1 in 2 Americans will develop high blood pressure in their lifetime if trends continue (American Heart Association).

Green Salt is a plant-based salt with 50% less sodium than salt.

You won't believe it's not salt

Made from 100% Dehydrated Salicornia

How do I use it?

How does it compare?

Loved by top chefs

"Love the green color and love that it's healthier for me! The umami flavor complements many dishes well. Can’t wait to replace my cooking salt with green salt!"

@jennerous_eats, Jennifer Cheng, Food Network Chopped Champion

"Got to try this out today on some eggs as well as yesterday on a salad - it's so good. I really enjoy the earthy / herbaceous notes!"

@eastcoasthealth, Maddie Pasquariello, M.S. Nutrition

"Tastes like salt and I actually like it more than regular salt!"

@thatbilloakley, Bill Oakley, Simpsons TV writer and "The Gordon Ramsay of Fast Food"

"Green Salt is the perfect option for people looking to reduce sodium intake and look out for their cardiovascular health"

Carolina Lavandera, Nutritionist

Try Green Salt Today!

Make your food tastier and healthier!



Are there ingredients other than Salicornia in Green Salt?

Green Salt is 100% dehydrated organic Salicornia. No preservatives, no additives.

What's the shelf life of Green Salt?

3 years if kept in a cool, dry environment.

Can I bake with Green Salt?

Yes you can! But please note that it may add a green color to your pastries, cakes, or bread.

Green Salt is low in sodium, so can I use as much of it as I want?

Green Salt is low in sodium, but it still contains sodium.  We recommend using Green Salt, just as you would normal salt.  The FDA recommends limiting sodium intake to less than 2,300 mg a day. Please consult a doctor or nutritionist for questions about sodium intake.

How do I know this is safe to eat?

Salicornia has been consumed for centuries across Europe and Asia. Today it's popular with top chefs who use it as a garnish. Studies have also found beneficial health properties in Salicornia. Read more

To ensure food safety, our sea water goes through an advanced filtration process. We routinely test our soil, product, and water for heavy metals and microorganisms.

Why is high blood pressure dangerous?

Hypertension (High blood pressure) makes the heart work too hard, and the high force of the blood flow can harm arteries and organs (such as the heart, kidneys, brain, and eyes).

Uncontrolled high blood pressure can raise the risk of heart attack, heart failure, stroke, kidney disease, and blindness. In addition, blood pressure generally rises as you get older, so limiting your sodium intake becomes even more important each year. ( 2021)