Brand : MunGyeong MISO
Item : OMIJA Schizandra Roasted Seasoned Laver
Capacity : 5g (9 sheet) x 24 apacks
Country of origin : South Korea
How to keep : Keep in cool place and out of direct sunlight.
Ingredients : seaweed 65% (South Korea), corn oil 23.5%, seasame oil 9%, omija powder 2% (South Korea), salt 1% (South Korea/ refined salt, L-sodium glutamate)
HACCP (Hazard analysis and critical control points)
FSSC22000 (Food safty system certification)
"Wholesome low salt seasoned laver at least 30% reduction of salt ”
Only a little amount of salt is used thanks to the use of omija powder (at least 2% of the total weight of the seasoned laver) and the 5 tastes of omija are contained in the laver, which makes it tastier.
Also, lignan(an omija component), etc. have an antioxidative activity effect, which slows down its rancidity, keeping it fresher.
Selected raw material makes rich flavor and taste.
You can eat this as a side dish.
Also, this goes well with beer!
What is the Omija?
The Chinese word of omija (Schizandra) literally means seeds with 5 tastes (sweetness, sourness, bitterness, spiciness, saltiness).
The sour taste is the strongest of all.
There is astringency as well, but the name omija prevents you from paying much attention to the taste.
You can say the seeds have all kinds of tastes.
Omija tea, made from omija, is widely known as a Korean traditional beverage
About MUNGYEONG MISO
A geographical indication system in Mungyeong, which accounts for 50% of republic of Korea's production of omija. The reputable food company MUNGYEONG MISO, which has acquired the brand 'REDIM' and cultivates, processes, and sells top quality omijas itself, is a company working toward health and happiness of its clients, which is its mission.
The person in chargeGYEONG LAN KIM
Address597 Sandong-ro Sanyang-myeon, Mungyeong_si, Gyeongsangbuk-do (36932)
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