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Salt and the salt industry

Albert Frederick Calvert

Salt and the salt industry

by Albert Frederick Calvert

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Published by Pitman in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Albert F. Calvert.
SeriesPitman"s common commodities and industries
The Physical Object
Pagination148 p. :
Number of Pages148
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19906777M

Salt, Sugar, Fat (the book-that is) is a healthy read about the unhealthy industry of processed foods. Although a little long-winded at times (the only reason for the 4-star rating, otherwise it would have received a 5-star rating)this book will be a healthy addition to your diet.4/5(K). The Salt Industry Commission was an organization created in , during the decline of Tang dynasty China, used to raise tax revenue from the state monopoly of the salt trade, or salt Commission sold salt to private merchants at a price that included a low but cumulatively substantial tax, which was passed on by the merchants at the point of sale.

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However, the global industrial salt market is expected to witness a steady growth by the end of Global Industrial Salt Market: Key Players. Some of the prominent players in the global industrial salt market are-Compass Minerals Company. INEOS Chemicals Company. China National Salt Industry Corporation. K + S Chemicals Company. Cargill Inc/5(10).   The Salt Institute, Long The Voice Of Industry, Shuts Down: The Salt The Salt Institute spent decades questioning government efforts to limit Americans' sodium intake. Critics say the institute.


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