In Talmudic times the practice was to dip bread in salt to give it some flavor.
Jewish law states that for "clean bread" (and ours surely qualifies) this is not required.
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Also we place salt on the bread because salt is a preserver, symbolizing that this meal is no longer merely a transitory experience, but a moment that will last for eternity.
Further, Genesis says that we should eat our bread with the sweat of our brow (sweat contains salt).
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Even so, salt should always be on a Jewish table, and there is a Kabbalistic custom to dip the bread in salt 3 times at the start of every meal.