This salt is pink! It comes from a lake in Australia. Workers use shovels and buckets. They scrape the salt off the top of the lake. They are proud of their salt.
Read More: Victoria state is in the southeast part of Australia. It has four pink lakes. This one is near Dimboola. Red algae live in Pink Lake. Algae grow when heavy rains drop minerals into lake water. The salt is always forming on the lake’s surface. Workers make shallow cuts. Then they scrape salty sludge into bins. About 20 tons of salt are harvested this way each year. God speaks to Aaron the High Priest in Numbers 18:19, “It is a covenant of salt forever before the Lord for you and for your offspring with you.”