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Pick us up at @cascobaycutlery – an Independent kitchen supply and gift store in downtown Freeport, Maine! #Maine
Back to school season is here and we’re helping 1500 incoming students at @Northeastern University kick off the new year right with our custom Travelers! We never remembered college care packages tasting this good?! #Northeastern
We want this every morning for breakfast! @difbreadsdifspreads shared this Seeded Wheat with dill cream cheese, sliced cucumbers, and our Lemon & Dill Salt!
Summer has just a few weeks left and we want to remind you to see us at the West Tisbury Farmers Market on Wednesdays and Sundays, 9am to 12 noon! #farmersmarket
Thanks to @rosiesfrozenyogurt for sharing this delightful treat: a scoop of their original tart #froyo with some #blueberry #blintzes from @cronigsmarkets, nasturtium from @pilothillmv and a sprinkle of blueberry honey sea salt from @mvseasalt.
We have chickens on our farm and love them so much for the eggs they gift us! What’s your favorite way to eat eggs?
Roasted Local Asparagus @TheMarshalNYC with @CherryLaneFarm’s asparagus, lemon, roasted garlic, and our very own premium sea salt! Thanks to @chefcharliemarshall for sharing the food love!
Oh cheers! The Spicy Strawberry Margarita with Martha’s Vineyard Smoked Oak Sea Salt at Chesca’s – a must this summer! Thanks for the photo @rawfoodjo.
Grab yourself a pint of the best vanilla ice cream you can find and sprinkle a little of our Blueberry Honey Sea Salt over it for a culinary experience unlike any other! #marthasvineyard
Martha’s Vineyard Sea Salt is the Vineyard’s first operating salt works in nearly 200 years!⠀
Before the invention of modern-day refrigeration, salt was essential to life on Martha’s Vineyard — and throughout the colonies. Salt preserved food, made it more palatable, and was used to tan hides and pack fish for trading — all important to the Vineyard’s economy. According to the “Dukes County Intelligencer,” the first known salt works on the Vineyard was up and running by 1778. By 1807, salt manufacturing was the island’s second largest industry.
It’s those big chunky crystals that we love to see when the ocean water evaporates and leaves us with all the goodness that is MV Sea Salt!
Check out our new 2.5 oz. packaging! Same great salt in a premium glass container topped with sustainably farmed cork. Ain’t she pretty? 😍