- ※ refer to : sites of bay salt
To make bay salt, salt water is evaporated by wind and sunlights. 250,000~350,000 ton of bay salt is produced a year in the west coast and its new values as food have been recognized
Bay salt is produced in areas with big differences in ebb and flow, clear dry season and rainly season and much sunshine. Usually mud flat with gentle inclination is used as salt farm and southwest coast of Korea is high-quality and eco-friendly mud-flat with minerals and organic matters. Mud flat salt farms are valuable as a natural resource with comparative advangages. Jeonnam Bay Salt uses salt water from uncontaminated area of the sea and makes salt with sunshines and wind.
Grains of salt are even and milk-white, and breakable into tiny pieces. It is a prestigious salt with no bitter tastes and fresh feeling.
Salt farm experience program provides opportunity to learn the process of salt making by observing and touching salt. Through such activities, we can understand mystery of nature.