Coastal areas and brine pans in Odisha play a role in salt production.
3000 Metric Tonne.
Coastal regions of Karnataka are one of the contributors to India's salt production.
9000 Metric Tonne.
Coastal areas in West Bengal are known for salt production.
0.11 Lakh Metric Tonne.
Coastal regions and salt pans in Maharashtra contribute to the nation's salt production.
0.94 Lakh Metric Tonne.
Coastal regions and salt pans in Andhra Pradesh are essential for salt production. Andhra produces same amount of salt as South Korea.
3.08 Lakh Metric Tonne.
The arid regions of Rajasthan are ideal for salt production, making it a major contributor.
16.9 Lakh Metric Tonne.
Coastal areas of Tamil Nadu contribute significantly to India's salt production. It is India's second Largest producer making as much salt as 25th ranked Romania.
17.21 Lakh Metric Tonne.
Gujarat is the leading salt-producing state in India, known for its extensive salt pans along the coastline. Gujarat alone produces India's 86% of total common salt and helps India become world's 3rd largest salt producer.
227.65 Lakh Metric Tonne.