KaliSeL: More Balanced Mineral Nutrition

There are health benefits to having more potassium in the diet. Research suggests that potassium may help contribute to reduced blood pressure, a strong heart and strong muscle function.1,2 In fact, the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans advise adults to consume 4,700 mg potassium/day, though many adults fail to do so.3 The Guidelines also suggest a reduction in sodium intake, and a most suitable replacement – which happens to be one of the most functional and cost-effective strategies for reducing sodium – is to substitute potassium chloride for part of the salt in the formula. Potassium chloride (KCl) contains 52.4% potassium, making it a concentrated source of this essential mineral and a convenient way for Americans to both lower the sodium and increase the potassium in their diet.

KaliSel KCl is a versatile ingredient that can be used in the production of a variety of foods such as meats, soups, sauces, snacks, dairy, prepared meals, sides, bread and baked goods. Other features and benefits of KaliSel KCl include:

  • Meets Food Chemicals Codex (FCC)
  • Can be used to replace up to 33% NaCl in many processed foods without affecting consumer appeal
  • Available with a choice of two anticaking agents

The KaliSel KCl product line is only one part of Morton’s extensive offering of potassium chloride based technologies. Morton also offers Morton Lite Salt® Mixture, a 50/50 blend of salt and potassium chloride.


Contact Information

For US and Canadian locations, KaliSel KCl is now available for sale through Morton Salt, Inc.

Morton Salt, Inc.
123 North Wacker Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60606-1743
Phone: 1-800-789-SALT
Website: www.mortonsalt.com
E-mail: buysalt@mortonsalt.com

For all other locations, please contact:

Bertha-von-Suttner-Str. 734131
Kassel, Germany
Phone: +49 561 9301 2025
Website: www.kali-gmbh.com
E-mail: healthcarefood@kali-gmbh.com


KaliSel is available in 25kg & 50lb bags as well as various size totes.


1. United States Department of Agriculture. Ten Tips Nutrition Education Series.
https://www.choosemyplate.gov/downloads/TenTips/DGTipsheet14SaltAndSodium.pdf. Accessed 8/25/11

2. United States Department of Agriculture. Dietary Reference Intakes: Potassium.

3. U.S. Department of Agriculture and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2010. 7th Edition, Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, December 2010.