Sri Lanka consumes approximately 150,000 metric tonnes of Salt per annum out of which about 120,000 metric tonnes go for human consumption. Due to insufficient local production, between 10,000 to 40,000 metric tonnes of salt are imported each year. Being the most uniformly consumed food additive known to humans, Salt is the single most important agent in the fight against the prevalent Iodine Deficiency Disorders in Sri Lanka. By manufacturing Iodated Table Salt, we are contributing in a very meaningful way to eradicate IDD in Sri Lanka. Manufacturing Salt to bridge the Salt Production deficit in the island helps to save foreign exchange from flowing out of the country. It also helps to bring down unemployment by offering number of job opportunities to the people of the salt producing areas. Enough Salt to go round will mean that Salt will be available to each and everyone at the lowest possible price.