Is table salt organic?
If you are referring to table salt, sodium chloride, this is an inorganic molecule. You can tell this by the lack of carbon atoms in the molecule. However, "salt" can also refer to a class of molecules that are formed by the combination of a cation and an anion, and there are both inorganic and organic salts.
It could mean many things. Table salt is what you serve on the dining table - Has a rather fine texture for ease of dilution when guests are serve hot foods, or salads. Larger ones (e.g. large Sea Salt) are used to extract its organic oils in the salt, where it could give a very crispy skin to the meat you're barbecuing or grilling.