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A worker washes freshly-harvested salt from one of the salt pans used to collect sea water at the Anglesey Sea Salt Company at Brynsiencyn. The water normally contains three per cent salt but once it is distilled and heated this rises to around 15 per cent. The workers shovel the salt deposits into trays before washing and drying it. It is from the Atlantic waters surrounding the island that the Anglesey Sea Salt Company drains seawater to make its organic sea salt products.