Every year thousands of small meteorites hit the Earth's surface.
These "space rocks" are rich in minerals that are both safe to eat and
contain healing properties such as hydrated magnesium sulfates a—popular
remedy for joint inflammation. Depending on their source, meteors contain
different mineralities, giving each one a unique flavor. We like to think of it as an
everyday seasoning from outer space. #FDSpaceSalt
HOW DOES IT TASTE?
"Generally speaking, space salt tastes similar to sea salt, but with spicy overtones—giving it a cosmic kick. Each different flavor profile is out of this world!"
- Ken Blanchette, Specialty Food Merchant and Extraterrestrial Expert
HOW WE SOURCE SPACE SALT
"We're working with 153 partners from all over the world to bring you the best the universe has to offer. Stationed in deserts, forests, and fields in all four corners of the globe, our expert astronomers track meteorite activity in the night sky using state-of-the-artisanal telescopic cameras. When a comet hits the Earth's surface, our retrieval team mobilizes within minutes to recover the stardust."
- David McInerney, Chief Food Adventurer
COMPARISON OF MOLECULAR STRUCTURE
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