All around the world, seas ebb and flow in natural rhythm.
The sea is at once:
a life sustaining force
a carriageway for shipping
a recreational playground
a place of untapped mysteries
a rich harvest ground
All around the world, seas ebb and flow in natural rhythm. The sea is at once a life-sustaining force, a carriageway for shipping, a recreational playground, a place of untapped mysteries, and a rich harvest ground. Flanked by the Tasman Sea and the vast Pacific Ocean, New Zealand, as an island nation, is one of the jewels in the Earth's crown.
Surely there can be no product purer, more natural or environmentally friendly than salt - pure sea water provided and evaporated by Nature, harvested and refined to perfection by Man.