Brandstyle Communications announces representation of Gustus Vitae, California-based crafter of artisan sea salts and gourmet spice blends.

“From our beginnings at a small stand at the Venice Beach Farmer’s Market, we’ve been obsessed with quality and the integrity of our ingredients, processes, and the experience had by those who use our products,” said a brand rep. “We exist to nourish: our family, friends, and loved ones, while being stewards of our environment and engaging actively in the communities that we serve.”

Founded in 2014, Gustus Vitae is a California crafter of artisan sea salts and gourmet spice blends. Since their beginnings at the Venice Beach Farmer’s Market, their sustainably sourced, Non-GMO products have lead the category in sustainability, health, functionality, and quality.

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