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Morton Launches Refillable, Recyclable Grinder

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Chicago-based Morton Salt has announced its new collection of refillable, adjustable grinders.

Morton’s new glass grinder is designed to offer consumers a more sustainable option compared to the single use disposable options in the market today. The newly redesigned grinder will also feature an adjustable grinder top, recyclable glass bottle and will be available in three products: All-Natural Sea Salt, All-Natural Himalayan Pink Salt and Black Peppercorn.

“Consumers have been asking for more sustainable products, and now thanks to our new refillable design, Morton is able to offer a high quality, convenient to purchase and refillable alternative to single-use grinders,” said Doug Kafer, marketing director, Morton Salt Inc. “Given Morton’s commitment to quality and sustainability, we’re proud to add these products to our portfolio.”

In addition to the trio of products, the company is also launching recyclable glass refill bottles of both All-Natural Extra Coarse Sea Salt and Himalayan Pink Salt. The improved grinders and refill bottles are available at most major grocery stores nationwide.

Headquartered in Chicago, Morton Salt has almost 2,500 employees that are committed to safety, quality and service in the communities in which it operates. The company produces salt for culinary, water softening, household, road deicing, food processing, chemical and pharmaceutical uses.

To learn more about the company’s wide range of salts or for recipe ideas, visit mortonsalt.com.

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