Maldon Salt Company wins Royal Warrant

07 September 2012 by
Maldon Salt Company wins Royal Warrant

The Maldon Salt Company has been awarded the prestigious Royal Warrant in the year it celebrates 130 years of salt production in the UK.

With the ongoing consumer trend towards the use of sea salt in cooking, the brand has significantly built momentum over the past decade, with support from TV chefs and restaurateurs.

The Maldon Salt Company, established in 1881, produces soft, white, flaky salt crystals using long-established artisan methods and the company is now run by the fourth generation of the Osborne family, who bought the business in 1922.

With over 50% of sales exported to 40 countries worldwide, the company plans to celebrate its double achievement by continuing to focus on tradition, provenance, and authenticity.

By Lisa Jenkins

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