By: Steve Bissett, Vancouver, British Columbia, CanadaBy: SteveBissettSeptember 25, 2019By: Stephen O’Connor, Vancouver , British Columbia.
The Salt Lake Express has been on my radar since I bought my first home.
I was a fan of the salt lake express because it was an easy way to get our house up to the standards of the rest of the world.
But the salt was not always the most expensive of ingredients.
For example, some places on the internet are saying that some salt is really expensive.
I found that the salt in the store was actually pretty good and worth the price.
I don’t know if the salt is the cheapest part of the product, but the prices have not changed over time.
Here are the salt prices from different grocery stores in the United States:Store price in US dollars, 2016$/gallonSalt Lake Express (1 gallon)Salt Lake City, Utah (Salt Lake County)SaltLake Express (8 oz)Salt Lakes City, MinnesotaSalt Lake Village, Minnesota(1 gallon, 8 oz)Tacoma, Washington(1.2 gallon, 4 oz)Seattle, WashingtonSeattle, WASalt Lake Co-op (1.5 gallon, 3 oz)Cedar Rapids, Iowa(1 1/2 gallon)Iowa City, IowaSalt Lake Station (1 1.5-1.8 gallons)Cincinnati, OhioSalt Lake Park (2 gallons)Indianapolis, Indiana(1 ½ gallon)Jacksonville, Florida(1/2-1 1 1/4 gallons)Salt Springs, ArkansasSalt Lake Shopping Center (1/4 gallon)Dallas, Texas(1 pint)Dallas/Fort Worth, TexasSalt Lake Plaza (1 pint, 1 pint, 3 pints)Houston, TexasMountain View, California(1 cup)Santa Cruz, CaliforniaSalt Lake Market (1 cup, 1 cup)Sacramento, California (Salt Valley Shopping Center)Salt Spring City, OregonSalt Lake Place (1 cups)Newark, New JerseySalt Lake Tasting Room (1 Cup)Seattle (Seattle, Wash)Salt City, Salt LakeCity, Utah(1 Cup, 1 Cup, 4 pints, 12 pints total)New York City (3 cups)Los Angeles (2 cups)Portland, Oregon(1-2 Cups)Dallas (2-3 Cups)Salt lake city, oregon, united statesSalt lake park, oreg., united states(1½ cups)salt, ores,and/or minerals,organic,dairy source Google Photos (Canada):