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How 800 Million Pounds of Himalayan Salt Are Mined Each Year | Big Business

Himalayan salt doesn’t come from the Himalayas. It’s mined deep inside the mountains of Pakistan at the Khewra Salt Mine. The pink rocks are turned into table salt, lamps, and statues, sold at a premium in Western countries. But despite pink salt’s growing popularity abroad, Pakistan, historically, has seen little of the profits.

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How 800 Million Pounds of Himalayan Salt Are Mined Each Year | Big Business

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