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Just in time

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During a holiday in Italy, my wife and I dined in a trattoria where a salt grinder containing Himalayan rock salt had been placed on the table. We learnt from the label that the salt had been formed two million years ago, before the Himalayas were pushed up from the ocean.

But we were only just in time: after two thousand millennia, the salt was but months away from reaching its best-before date.

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