Why Pink Himalayan Salt Is So Expensive | So Expensive

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  • Published on: Saturday, June 1, 2019
  • Pink Himalayan salt is used in speciality foods, spa treatments, and even home design. 100 grams of it can cost $5 to $8, up to 20 times more than generic table salt. So, why is it so expensive?

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    Why Pink Himalayan Salt Is So Expensive | So Expensive

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  • MissCarolineKay


     1 days ago

    Pink salt is saltier than sea salt 🧂 and I don’t like that lol

  • harry chua

    harry chua

     1 days ago

    Because it has blood??? 🤣🤣🤣

  • J0nDstr0y3r


     1 days ago

    I feel bougie now, eating my egg white omelet with my pink salt xd

  • Abhishek Gupta

    Abhishek Gupta

     2 days ago

    This pink himalayan salt’s cost in Indian rupees is Rs 10 per Kg.

  • Marketer monk

    Marketer monk

     2 days ago

    Its very good for healthy body and spritual welbeing

  • Inziswap 097

    Inziswap 097

     2 days ago +1

    It’s not even a lot

  • BooliBoo


     2 days ago

    Eating pink salt while watching this video

  • racer83racing


     3 days ago

    Do a video about why regular salt has ground up glass in it and that it cuts your arteries and causes atherosclerosis😊 and maybe another video about why apartments are so expensive

  • Steven Nicholas

    Steven Nicholas

     3 days ago

    Ah, okay, so this week it is out to use Himalayan.....

  • Frixel 181930

    Frixel 181930

     4 days ago

    I made a pink salt using food color

  • D.G. Blades

    D.G. Blades

     4 days ago

    Used to use it in cooking a lot but it left all this sand grains🤮

  • Alex Vikendi

    Alex Vikendi

     4 days ago

    Pink salt can contain mass amount of lead by EU standards. Be careful, especially with young children.

    I worked two summers in France and I think the best sea salt flower from Bretagne naturaly dried by the sun heat is the best in the world.

    Would love to discover new salts from around the world.

  • Umar Rabbaani

    Umar Rabbaani

     4 days ago

    This is my village story... khewra is my village ❤❤❤❤❤

  • carrottoponcrak


     4 days ago


  • Cheech Whit

    Cheech Whit

     4 days ago

    yeah... Think i saw lead in the percentages..

  • Melone Tankberry

    Melone Tankberry

     5 days ago

    well that was a waste of time

  • John Smith

    John Smith

     5 days ago

    pink salt and sea salt have the entire periodic table of elements in them. google pink salt minerals for the scientific studies on it. table salt has 2 or 3 if iodine is added. therefore pink and sea salt are healthier. pink salt is only $3 a kg. type in how to salt and how to brine meat to cook/ preserve meat that way

  • John Smith

    John Smith

     5 days ago

    pink salt is $3 per kg at coles australia. it is not expensive it is cheap compared to sea salt.

  • sagar Pant

    sagar Pant

     6 days ago +1

    Im from himalayan region

  • Boris Yap

    Boris Yap

     6 days ago

    Me: buys a salt lamp

    Also me: don't touch me, i'm rich