With just four ingredients in cheese making, we passionately believe that each one should be the best it can possibly be. From August, our range of clothbound cheese will be hitting the shelves containing a rather special ingredient.
After many years of testing and trialling we are excited to announce our new partnership with Cornish Sea Salt.
There are healthy and unhealthy ways to consume salt. Here are a few things you need to know to be able to celebrate the taste and essential health benefits of sea salt for your body.
Mass-produced table salt is processed and loses so much of its natural mineral content that iodine is added back in, as well as anti-caking agents. The so-called 'raw', unprocessed salts (Cornish Sea Salt is one) hang on to the all-important minerals that are hugely beneficial to human health.
Cornish Sea Salt is harvested from such a special geological location that it retains more than 60 natural minerals that cling on to the sodium chloride and stay there.
60 natural minerals
The most important of these are potassium, magnesium and calcium, vital to human wellbeing.
For the wellbeing of nerves and cells, regulating blood sugar levels, and even influencing sleep and anxiety, magnesium is essential for our bodies, yet it's one of the commonest mineral deficiencies in modern life. Potassium helps to regulate the level of fluids in the body and ensures correct functioning of the heart. Neither are optional for a healthy life.
Cornish Sea Salt is not just tasty, it's good for your wellbeing too and by getting in touch with our salts by pinching and working, rather than pouring, we have a much greater appreciation for one of the most vital elements of the human diet.