Salt that’s sourced from a pink lake in Victoria, then dried under the sun. The result? Striking hue, natural flavour and lots of health benefits. It’s the embodiment of Mount Zero’s core values of regionalism, sustainability and quality.
Helps nourish and strengthen the body (84 trace minerals)
Helps to eliminate bloating and water retention (potassium and sodium)
Helps to ease cramps (sodium)
Promotes hydration by satisfying thirst and retaining fluid for longer (sodium)
What goes in.
Natural pink salt.
What's kept out.
Chemicals, additives and fillers.
Did you know?
Did you know the old-school table salt that you see in the supermarket is heavily processed? It’s usually been stripped of all-important minerals and contains an additive to prevent clumping. If you prefer pure, unadulterated salt, this is best.
Hand-harvested by Mount Zero and the lake’s traditional owners, the Barengi Gadjin Land Council. The pink lake is located just 50km from Mount Zero’s olive grove.
Keep Pink Lake Salt in easy reach — you’ll be using it in cooking and at the dining table.
As one of the oldest olive groves in Australia, the Mount Zero olive grove has stood the test of time. Located at the base of the Grampians northernmost summit, it’s home to 6000 Spanish Manzanilla and Gordal olive trees. Mount Zero is a family-owned-and-operated business that’s committed to flavour and quality; their values are evident in every olive, every jar. Speaking of commitment, it only harvests using biodynamic farming; a natural, eco-friendly approach to farming that avoids synthetic intervention. The grove is self-sustaining — it feeds the trees directly from the soil humus rather than chemical inputs, and the energy supply is sourced from off-grid wind and solar generators.