NORÐUR SALT CRISPY GOURMET SEA SALT

Our unique geothermal production method was first tried in 1753 and has since been carefully preserved in Iceland and Denmark.  The pure and savory and mystical Arctic seawater is pumped into open pans where it is slowly heated with water from natural hot springs. This sustainable process leaves behind no carbon dioxide – only fresh, crunchy flakes of Norður Sea Salt.

ORGANIC
GEOTHERMAL ENERGY
100% SEA SALT
NO ADDITIVES
NO ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
AWARD WINNING

NORÐUR SALT CRISPY GOURMET SEA SALT

Our unique geothermal production method was first tried in 1753 and has since been carefully preserved in Iceland and Denmark.  The pure and savory and mystical Arctic seawater is pumped into open pans where it is slowly heated with water from natural hot springs. This sustainable process leaves behind no carbon dioxide – only fresh, crunchy flakes of Norður Sea Salt.

ORGANIC
GEOTHERMAL ENERGY
100% SEA SALT
NO ADDITIVES
NO ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
AWARD WINNING

PRODUCTS

Norður Salt comes in several shapes and sizes. From the pure Norður Arctic Sea Salt Flakes to the colourful and tasty flavours of blueberry, liquorice, rhubarb, and smoked salt. Our line of flavoured salts is made in collaboration with small family businesses and celebrates our Icelandic heritage. There is a salt for every occasion whether it being a beautiful and usable gift, for professional restaurants or simply for your own kitchen counter. We are steadily taking over the world and are available in more than ten countries.

"We want to change your food experience, one salt flake at a time"

PHILOSOPHY

“to create products that enhances life in a responsible manner”

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location, method, quality

Situated on the tiny island of Karlsey in magical Breiðafjörður in the Westfjords of Iceland, Norður & Co production facilities are strategically located to take advantage of the abundant geothermal energy and the pristine, mineral rich coastal waters that the area is known for. With its extensive algal forests, seaweed and extreme biodiversity, Breiðafjörður is often referred to as the underwater rainforest of the North. The fjord’s clear and clean Arctic seawater has been an important source of food for Icelanders through the ages.

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STOCKISTS

Some of the places you can find Nordur salt to buy or try

SAMWAYS FINE FOOD

Britain

REMA1000

Denmark

BASE COOKING

Holland

STEFANOS PIZZARIA

Denmark

ISLANDICA

Iceland

DIN DELI

Sweden