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Would you like a little salt in that shampoo? A Taiwan company has you covered

The shampoo carries the tang of the sea. The toothpaste is salty. A 60-year-old company aptly named Taiwan Salt is selling these products and other unlikely, brine-themed goods after realizing in the 1990s that sales of plain old salt would not make money forever. The formerly state-owned firm...
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