Where does table salt come from?

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Table salt is mainly found underground in rock form or dissolved in the world's oceans and some of the lakes. In some cases, it may be found on the surface of ancient evaporated sea beds.
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Table salt comes from the earth, in a rock formation. It is made into a refined chemical compound called sodium chloride, made safe for consuming.
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