A Set of Three Bottles of Halal Soy Sauce for Eggs

  • Dry
Sample Price $12.97 +Shipping

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[Sample weight] 450.0 g
[Target country] Singapore
[Available season] Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jun. Jul. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jun. Jul. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec.
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Product No. 84
Target buyer Retail
Package for wholesale
Category Seasoning & Spices / Soy sauce
Perfecture of origin
Best before date 360 days
Storage temperature range Store in a well-ventilated place not exposed to direct sunlight
Certifications HALAL
Ingredients
  • Dried bonito flakes
  • Sugar
  • Caramel coloring
  • Caramel colorings
  • Dried kelp
  • Dried sardine
  • Salt
  • Condiment (Amino acid and others),
  • Soy sauce(Wheat flour(includes Flour and Soy))
  • Main ingredients
  • Dried sardine
  • Salt
  • Allergy components
  • wheat
  • soy
  • wheat
  • soy
  • Trading Information

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    [Producer / Wholesaler] Manryo Miso Shoyu Brewery
    [Location] Saga

    Feature
    Our slightly sweet Halal Soy Sauce for Eggs is ideal for the Japanese-style rice mixed with a raw egg. It is a naturally brewed traditional soy sauce mixed with soup stock, extracted from bonito and konbu kelp. A dash of this low-sodium soy sauce is good on any food. Its petit size is user-friendly and it can make a good table-top condiment that can be enjoyed by people of all ages from children to the elderly.

    Use scene
    Try it on the steamed rice mixed with a raw egg, but any food can be good. It is a good idea to dress the lightly boiled greens with this sauce and sesame seeds.

    Producer's comment
    We acquired the halal certification for Muslim people to enjoy Japanese cuisine without restrictions. We wish that more people would explore the tastes of soy sauce, the palatability created by our wisdom and tradition.