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San-J
Organic Shoyu Soy Sauce

Product code: SA3306
$6.59
for 296 ml
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Ingredients
Water, organic soybeans, salt, organic alcohol, organic wheat. Manufactured in a plant that also processes products containing soy, wheat, peanut, and sesame. Refrigeration recommended after opening to preserve freshness.
About the product
Shoyu is the Japanese name for soy sauce. Fermentation produces alcohol in naturally brewed soy sauce. Just enough corn based alcohol is added to prevent the growth of yeast or mold.
This product traveled 4000 km to reach our warehouse.
Features: Organic , GMO Free
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Nutritional Facts
Serving Size  1 tbsp (15ml)
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value *
Calories  10
Total Fat  0g 0%
Saturated Fat  0g 0%
Trans Fat  0g
Cholesterol  0mg 0%
Sodium  980mg 41%
Total Carbohydrate  1g 0%
Dietary Fiber  0g 0%
Sugars  0g
Proteins  2g
Vitamin A 0%
Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 0%
Iron 2%
** Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Calories: 2,000 2,500
Total Fat Less than 65g 80g
Saturated Fat Less than 20g 25g
Cholesterol Less than 300mg 300mg
Potassium 3,500mg 3,500mg
Total Carbohydrate 300g 375g
Dietary Fiber 25g 30g
About the vendor
San-J International
San-J International is a fully owned subsidiary of San-Jirushi Corporation who is the largest manufacturer of tamari in Japan. Tamari was originally invented in China and brought to Japan in the 7th century A.D. It is made when soybeans, exposed to microbiological cultures and salt, turns into a dark red paste known as miso. Tamari literally means, "that which accumulates" because it is the name given to the protein rich liquid that accumulates during the miso ripening process. Gradually, the manufacturing of soy sauce became more commercial and the traditional methods were replaced by less time consuming and more cost efficient methods. Miso was replaced by a thinner "mash" and the end product was much higher in brine than miso solids. The content changed from being all soy to half soy and half wheat.

The San-Jirushi Corporation was founded in 1804, and it marked the incorporation of a tamari and a miso company that had been in business for almost 200 years. The current President, Nobuyoshi Sato is the seventh generation of the Sato family to manage the company.

The company is called San-Jurushi because it means "the mark of three". It refers to the three major rivers in Japan that empty out into the Bay of Ise at Kuwana. This river system was, at one time, San-Jurushi's access to supplies for ingredients and its main channel for distribution.

San-J has been importing to North America since 1978. In 1987, San-J built a plant to brew tamari here in North America. They chose the Chesapeake Bay area in the state of Virginia because of its climate and excellent water source which are similar to Kuwana, where the original San-Jirushi Corporation is located. Virginia is also known, globally as one of the best producers of seed grade soy beans.

UPC: 075810041260
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