Geothermal production method since 1753
The unique geothermal production method was first tried in 1753 and has since been carefully preserved in Iceland and Denmark.
The savory and mystical Arctic Sea water is pumped into open pans were it is slowly heated with water from natural hot springs.
This sustainable process leaves behind no carbon dioxide - only fresh, crunchy flakes of Norður Salt.
Norður & Co is located on the tiny Karlsey Island in the magical Breiðafjörður Bay - a spectacular landscape with shallow waters, small fjords and a myriad of reefs. With its extensive algal forests, seaweed and extreme biodiversity.
Breiðarfjörður is often referred to as the underwater rain forest of the North. The fjord's clear and clean seawater has been an important source of food for the Icelanders through the ages.
I love these they are fabulous. My only disappointment was that I didn't get a piece of lava.
Looks like you'll have to come and visit the volcano then!
Wonderful, it takes me back to my trip to Iceland :)
Glad you enjoy some good ol' salt, April! :)
I usually go to Iceland every year. I always stock up on this salt. No trip in 2020 . I was so glad to be able to buy salt and support Polly’s tennis ball habit
Thank you for your support for Polly's tennis ball habit! She is greeting you with her warm smile! :D Hopefully, you can come to Iceland soon again, Kathleen!