Launched in 1983, Tata Salt has pioneered salt iodisation in India, and holds the distinction of being India's first branded iodised salt. Introduced in the market where unbranded salt of dubious quality was the norm, Tata Salt came with the assurance of purity.
Using the Vacuum Evaporation® technology, Tata Salt offered consumers a healthy, hygienic alternative — an iodised salt that was untouched by hand.
Tata Salt Lite is a low-sodium salt specially formulated to provide 15 per cent less sodium than ordinary salt. Refined, iodised and potassium enriched, Tata Salt Lite was developed to address the need for a product that assists the management of blood pressure through lower sodium intake.
Salt Plus has less sodium. Diets low in sodium may reduce the risk of high blood pressure.
It is recommended to consume less than 2300mg of sodium on a 2000kcal diet.
ITC launched branded packaged salt under the brand name Aashirvaad Salt on 26th March, 2003.
Catch table salt is one of the most popular sprinklers available from Catch. Designed ergonomically these smart sprinklers are very easy to use, prevent against moisture and hence enhance free flow of the content. No wonder, Catch Sprinklers have got recognition from super brand. Table salt, rather salt is essential for animal life in small quantities. It is one of the oldest and the most ubiquitous forms and food seasonings available. In fact salting is also an important method of food preservation.
Kala namak is a salty and pungent smelling variant of salt. The smell in the Kala namak is due to the sulphur content present in it. It is typically pink to dark purple in colour. Finely ground rock salt or Kala namak is known to add taste to fruit chats, salads and curd. In fact it is used to add flavour in some of the chats. In India, during fasts, it is a custom to break the fast with food having Kala namak as one of the ingredients.