Droitwich Salt is produced at Churchfields Farm in the Salwarpe valley in Worcestershire, and is sourced from one of the oldest and purest brine springs in the world.
These brine springs have naturally existed beneath Droitwich Spa for millions of years. Today, we are once again using this unique resource to make one of the purest, natural brine spring salts in the world. Droitwich Salt was historically celebrated for its great purity and today this pure and natural flavour still comes through.
The salt made in Droitwich was an internationally valuable resource in Roman, Anglo Saxon and Norman Times and King John granted the town a Royal Charter in 1215 based on the importance of its brine. Droitwich Spa was subsequently one of the most prosperous towns in Medieval Times right through to the 20th Century.
Our manufacturing process is HACCP controlled and all of our products are fully traceable. We are very proud to be Happerley Transparent, a supplier transparency scheme to show our customers exactly where their food is coming from. If you’ve ever wondered where the ingredients that go into Droitwich Salt come from, you can just have a look. We are very proud of our award-winning salt flavours.
Slow Food Supporter
Contribution to Charity