Meet One Of The Last Salt Makers Keeping A 2,000-Year Old Mexican Tradition Alive | Still Standing

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Indigenous people in Zapotitlán have been hand-making salt here for over 2,000 years. Today, producers can’t make enough money to sustain themselves. Many have abandoned their salt lands, but one producer is determined to keep his business alive.

Juan does not have a website for his business, he sells products locally and through his Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/juandiego.hernandezcortes

Since publishing this video, a kickstarter has been launched for Juan: https://www.micochinito.com/cochinito/artesanal-salt-brand

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Meet One Of The Last Salt Makers Keeping A 2,000-Year Old Mexican Tradition Alive | Still Standing

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