When you give people the power to make everything taste like bacon, you're bound to get a lot of media coverage. Among others, Bacon Salt has been featured on Good Morning America, Fox News, ABC News, The Washington Post, Allure magazine, The Boston Globe, CNET, The Daily Candy, iVillage, The National Review, Playboy, NPR, The Seattle Times, ABC Radio, The Stranger, KOMO and KISW radio and even World Wrestling Entertainment magazine.
Our customers have loved the product so much that they've begun to organize themselves into The Bacon Salt Society, the Church of the Holy Bacon Salt, Bacontologists, and a Facebook group called "Bacon Salt: Because it was inevitable."
But don't take our word for it. Here's a movie clip of some of the overjoyed eaters of Bacon Salt as they taste it for the first time along with some pictures sent in by some of our favorite customers.
And here’s a video of some of our recent press coverage:
“Other than the Internet, this is the best invention since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. Bacon Salt is the real deal.""
- Matt Diablo, 91x morning radio show, San Diego, CA.
“How good is it? A few sprinkles revive lackluster mashed potatoes, just a dash on eggs adds another layer of flavor. It's a surprisingly faithful mimic of the sweet, salty, and smoky compounds found in good bacon, yet there's no meat at all, making it both certified Kosher and safe for vegetarians pining for pork.”
"There is really only one thing that's important to ask yourself when you're about put something in your mouth: Does it taste like bacon? If yes, then go ahead and put it in your mouth. If no, then liberally douse it in Bacon Salt only THEN should you put it in your mouth."