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Maldon Sea Salt has become known worldwide and has been featured on many radio and television programmes. Hundreds of articles have been written about it in addition to numerous references in many well-known cook books. Thus Maldon Salt has become an institution, run by the fourth generation of the Osborne family.
The key to its continued success lies in the production of a unique high quality product using traditional natural methods. It is this combination of quality and tradition that has won it international acclaim.
The Maldon Salt Company is now one of only a few manufacturers producing salt in England. It's still a small family run business and it’s for this very reason its success continues to grow from strength to strength. Maldon Salt's excellent quality has made it a prestigeous product.
Operating out of traditional black Essex weather-board buildings as it did back in 1882, Maldon Salt remains an enduring symbol of English manufacturing. It is one of only a few family-run businesses with a global reputation and its sights set on being around for another 130 years.
Because Maldon Salt is still hand harvested in the traditional manner, there will always be a limit to the amount that can be produced. Frequently production is outstripped by demand as its popularity with chefs grows both here and abroad.
Although very much a traditional skill, technology has still been able to play a significant role over the years. Maldon Salt, a unique and prestigious product, has become known for its flavour and quality, sought after by the health conscious and gourmets alike.