Extraction and production of sea salt


The silage is a forage preservation technique achieved by means of a spontaneous lactic acid fermentation under anaerobic conditions. In many countries, these silages are prized as animal feed.

Salt is a preservative of forage and its use is to increase the rate of acidification, stability and shelf life of silage.

Its bacteriostatic function limits the growth of bacteria and microorganisms preventing fermentation and putrefaction of silage, preserving its organoleptic and nutritional properties from start of the silage to consumption.