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Misc. News : Consumer Affair Last Updated: Apr 20, 2011 - 9:38:09 AM

Salt Institute re-launches its website
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Feb 5, 2009 - 3:22:56 PM

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Contact:  Dick Hanneman
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                       703/549-4648
Friday, February 7, 2009                                                                   
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Salt Institute re-launches its website

Alexandria, VA (Feb. 7)…Long the most popular destination for Internet searchers for information about “salt,” the Salt Institute’s website,, has been re-launched with a new look and user-friendly organization.

The site features basic and in-depth information about sodium chloride and its 14,000 known uses, descriptions on how and where salt is produced, the various public policy issues affecting society’s efforts to utilize the benefits of salt for human health, public safety and energy efficiency.  The site features more than 500 technical papers from six international salt symposia sponsored or organized by the Salt Institute and an Education Center with materials for road maintenance agencies, high school teachers and salt industry technical personnel.

A new section on “Articles and references” enables visitors to use the site as a portal for their Net searches and sift through the debris often littering the Internet.

The new site integrates the Institute’s Salt Sensibility blog and reports recent headlines about salt companies and market developments related to the production and use of salt.  RSS feeds are available from the site.

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