"It’s salty enough to use in place of table salt, though it’s substantially lower in sodium."
Finally! A Healthy Salt Alternative
- Green Salt is a low-sodium salt substitute that's better for your heart health.
- It's salty, savory, and packed with nutrients!
- All natural and plant-based.
Green Salt is a plant-based salt with 50% less sodium than salt.
It's better for your heart while still giving you the same salty taste.
Much More Than Just Salt
- Delicious Salty and Savory Flavor. In taste tests, equal portions of salt and Green Salt had the same saltiness. It also adds umami to make your food more savory.
- Contains Chlorophyll, Vitamin B3, Potassium, and Magnesium. Green Salt's minerals and vitamins help blood pressure control and normal function of our immune and nervous systems.
Made From Salicornia, the Salty Superfood
- Salicornia is a vegetable that grows by the sea. It comes from the same family as Quinoa and Amaranth.
- Salicornia's salty taste comes from its diverse mineral content.
- It's a nutrient-rich superfood with demonstrated antioxidant and antihypertensive properties. Read more
Grown Organically and Sustainably
- In Baja California, we recycle saline lands by the coast to grow Salicornia.
- Most plants can't survive on these lands due to soil salinity, but Salicornia thrives on them.
- Our Salicornia grows with filtered sea water. This saves millions of liters of fresh water a year compared to conventional crops.
Protects Your Heart Health
Loved by Top Chefs
You can find Green Salt in the kitchens of Michelin star chefs Drew Deckman and Javier Plascencia.
How do I use it?
- Use Green Salt just like sea salt. It adds salty and savory goodness to any dish.
- Plant-based recipes are especially delicious with Green Salt!
How does it compare?
- Other low-sodium salt substitutes contain potassium chloride which tastes bitter and can be harmful for those with kidney problems.
- Green Salt is salty with no bitter aftertaste. Plus, its potassium content is safe for people with kidney disease* (10mg for every 1.5g).
"Love the green color and that it's healthier for me! The umami flavor complements many dishes well. Can’t wait to replace my cooking salt with green salt!"
"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!"
"Tastes like salt and I actually like it more than regular salt!"
"Green Salt is the perfect option for people looking to reduce sodium intake and look out for their cardiovascular health"
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 slight 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. 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.
Is there iodine in Green Salt?
Yes, 0.27mcg per 1.5g serving.
Does Green Salt contain MSG?
Green Salt has an umami flavor but does not contain MSG.
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).
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. (FDA.gov 2021)