Some of us buy our salt based on how it taste. I probably have 5-6 different salts in the kitchen, and they taste different because of the part that isn't NaCl.
I don't want a pure salt. I want a contaminated one that has the right contaminants in the right amount for it to taste good.
That said, I've started to hate Whole Foods and Fresh Market. Especially in Fresh Market, nothing is fresh. Their bread and candy is so stale it's ridiculous, and their vegetables were harvested while so unripe that they could survive the weeks of transit and storage before they hit the store.
Luckily, I have a nearby grocery store that actually sells fresh products. Eggs and vegetables from local farms, and even milk without vitamin D (which is added because it prolongs shelf life - don't believe the hype about it being good for you - it's only good for you if you don't get enough through other means. If so, take a pill and drink fresh unadulterated milk - it tastes so different it's astonishing that people accept the Vit-D contaminated stuff).
The only thing I can't get fresh anywhere here in the US is bread and bakery products. People here have been so thoroughly indoctrinated that they think 2 days old bead is fresh, and that lemon "custard" and frosting (shelf life of weeks) are good substitutes for egg custard and real cream (shelf life of hours).