Cornish Sea Salt has launched bespoke-made salt refill stations.

Made from upcycled and repurposed materials such as cereal dispensers and reclaimed wood, the salt refill station is designed to encourage customers to reuse their Cornish Sea Salt pots while reducing waste.

Improving sustainability credentials is a key focus for Cornish Sea Salt in 2020. Later this year it will also be launching 100% biodegradable and compostable packaging alongside its refill initiative.

MD Philip Tanswell said: “As a company we really care about minimising our impact on the environment and encouraging consumers to make sustainable choices. We continue to encourage our customers to reuse or recycle the Cornish Sea Salt tubs and our locals have been asking for the option of refills which we’ve been able to put in place.”

The refill station will be available at Truro Farmer’s Market every Wednesday and Saturday and first

Sunday of each month at The Royal William Yard food market in Plymouth. It will also be available at events and festivals throughout the year including the Made in Cornwall event in Truro this Easter and the Royal Cornwall Show in June.