Salt which is also known as table salt or rock salt is used for taste enhancement and serves as an electrolyte that helps regulate fluid balance in the body.

The generic term salt is applied to any one of a class of similar compounds formed when the acid hydrogen of an acid is partly or wholly replaced by a metal or a metallic radical.

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"Salt" is in the CPC Code "162"
Salt and pure sodium chloride; sea water

"Salt" is in the HS Code "2501"
Salt (Including Table Salt And Denatured Salt) And Pure Sodium Chloride, Whether Or Not In Aqueous S

"Salt" is in the NACE Code "14"
Other mining and quarrying
... alluvial deposits, rock crushing and the use of Salt marshes. The products are used most notably in c ...

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