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McCormick Gourmet Collection Introduces Four New Sea Salts

HUNT VALLEY, MD (May 2007) – Professional chefs worldwide are discovering the pure, subtle flavor of natural sea salts. But why should they corner the secret to expertly flavored and finished dishes? Now, McCormick is introducing a new line of Gourmet Collection Sea Salts especially for the home chef. Available in four varieties — French Grey Sea Salt, Sicilian Sea Salt, Mediterranean Spiced Sea Salt and Asian Style Spiced Sea Salt — each has distinctive qualities to lend to a wide variety of dishes.

  • French Grey Sea Salt — An all-natural, moist salt, hand-harvested in Brittany, France. Renowned for its light grey, almost purple color, it offers an elegant finishing touch to roasted or grilled meats, seafood and vegetables.
  • Sicilian Sea Salt — An all-natural salt, hand-harvested off the coast of Sicily. Rich in minerals and with a lower percentage of sodium chloride than regular table salt, it has a delicate flavor, great for highlighting salads or finishing roasts and sauces.
  • Asian Style Spiced Sea Salt – Natural sea salt, paired with an Asian spice blend that includes garlic, ginger, orange peel, coconut, red bell pepper, and sesame seeds. A perfect enhancement for Asian-inspired stir-fries, salads, noodles, rice and vegetables.
  • Mediterranean Spiced Sea Salt – Natural sea salt infused with Mediterranean spices, including garlic, basil, oregano, lemon peel, red bell pepper, and a whisper of red pepper heat. Sprinkle on salads, pasta, fish, chicken and all types of meat.

The suggested retail price of McCormick Gourmet Sea Salts is $3.79 USD. Look for them this fall in the spice aisle of grocery stores nationwide. For more information, visit us online at www.mcccormickgourmet.com or call 1-800-MEAL-TIP (1-800-632-5847).

McCormick is a registered trademark of McCormick and Company, Hunt Valley, MD 21031

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