300g and 1 kilo Calico Bag
Salt production in Cervia, a small town in Emilia-Romagna on the Adriatic Coast, dates back more than 2,000 years, Cervia sea salt is known for its absence of bitter minerals so it is naturally more “dolce,” or sweet, than other sea salts.

Salfiore di Romagna is the first salt deposited in the flats in Cervia – the last remaining artisanal, seasonal, salt flats in Italy, often referred to as "Il Sale dei Papi" or "Pope's Salt," as it is traditionally the seasoning sent to the Papal table. In early modern history, salt production belonged to the bishop of Cervia and was taxed heavily.

Today, this medium-fine grain sea salt makes an excellent seasoning for nearly everything, from vegetables to roasted meats to even gelato.