Making It Work: Turning the old tradition of salt-making into a modern business
Achill Island Sea Salt produces three different types of hand-harvested salt sourced from the Atlantic
Marjorie O’Malley set up Achill Island Sea Salt in 2013 with her husband Kieran, inspired by the long-forgotten tradition of salt-making on the Co Mayo island.
Salt had not been produced on Achill since the 1800s. In her new venture, O’Malley saw an opportunity to create a sustainable artisan food business and jobs in her local community.
Today, Achill Island Sea Salt produces three different types of hand-harvested sea salt sourced from...
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