AT BITTERMAN SALT CO. WE PUT FLAVOR FIRST.
At Bitterman Salt Co.
We're committed to delivering the full flavor of the sea, bursting in every bite. We believe salt is a whole food, a union of the ocean’s mineral wealth and skilled human endeavor. Our mission is to create a world where high quality salt is part of everyday life. We celebrate traditional salt farming and honor the highest standards of environmental responsibility in our quest to make the absolutely best salt available to everyone. Our salts are profoundly rooted in the diverse culinary traditions of the artisans that make them - making our salt the ultimate quality, sustainable, local ingredient.
Mark Bitterman, Selmelier
No one knows salt like Bitterman. Mark has traveled the globe for 25 years seeking salts worthy of your food. Mark is a world-renowned speaker and James Beard Award winning author of Salted: A Manifesto on the World's Most Essential Mineral, and the world’s first selmelier. A selmelier is to salt what the sommelier is to wine, providing information and expertise that helps diners and chefs get the best possible results from their food. Mark has been recognized as a Local Food Hero by Cooking Light and a Tastemaker in Food & Wine. He has been featured in The New York Times, The Splendid Table, Bizarre Foods, ABC News, CNN, the History Channel, among others. Learn more about Mark here.
We're committed to the cause.
Check out Salt Harvest Foundation to learn more about what socially responsible and sustainable salt harvesting practices mean to us, and what we're doing about it.
Salt Harvest Foundation is committed to supporting workers and communities where salt is harvested. Salt farming is an ancient and noble trade supporting rural communities and protecting sensitive ecologies. But traditional farms are vanishing under the assault of industrial giants. Our goal is to de-commoditize salt, empowering those who make it to benefit from the true value of their artisanship. In partnership you, we seek to improve wages, advance child education, and support disadvantaged salt-making communities.