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Bab Sauce, A Versatile Spicy Sauce Matching Any Dish
Bab Sauce, A Versatile Spicy Sauce Matching Any Dish Recently, spicy food has emerged as a new trend in the US and some Asian and European countries. The consumption of spicy sauces such as Mexican tabasco, Thai sriracha, and Korean gochujang (red pepper paste) is also increasing. The trend brought some spotlight to The Bab Co., Ltd., a Korean sauce maker pioneering the markets of Japan, China, and the US. Its flagship, Bab Sauce: Korean Premium Hot Sauce, is made with only natural ingredients and no artificial additives. Uses Seven Natural Ingredients Including Cheongyang Chili Pepper and Apricot Extract… Obtained ISO22000 from US FDA The biggest difference between the Bab Sauce and other sauces lies in the use of natural ingredients with no chemical additives such as preservatives and artificial colors. The Bab Sauce is made with seven ingredients: Cheongyang chili pepper, dried anchovy, dried kelp, maesil (Japanese apricot) extract, oligosaccharide, soy sauce (brewed in a traditional way), and canola oil. All of these ingredients, except canola oil, come from Korea. The Cheongyang chili pepper, which is responsible for the spiciness, is supplied directly by farmers through contract cultivation. Raw ingredients for the apricot extract are selected from organically grown fruits. No capsaicin, water, modified starch, or meat are added, so vegetarians can use The Bab Sauce with an easy mind.  The producer implements thorough control of the food safety. It has obtained ISO22000, an international certificate for a food safety management system, and passed the safety inspections conducted by the US FDA (Food and Drug Administration). All products are packed in eco-friendly materials satisfying the FDA standards. Mr. Jeong Hyeak-sik, CEO of The Bab, said, “Founded in 2012, this company is a late comer in the market, so we decided to focus on the keywords of ‘nature, health, and hot taste’ to differentiate ourselves from the competition. That is how we developed our signature Bab Sauce and were able to obtain a patent for it. With exports in mind, we acquired ISO22000 and FDA certificates to appeal to health and safety-conscious overseas consumers.” Offering the Sauce in Five Levels of Spiciness and Improving the Product Based on the Consumer Response The Bab Sauce comes in five types corresponding to different levels of spiciness: Green Chili Slightly Spicy (the least spicy), Red Chili Slightly Spicy, Green Chili Spicy, Red Chili Spicy, and Green Chili Extremely Spicy (the spiciest). It is offered in glass bottles (100g, 130g) and pouch-type small packages (25g). The size makes the product convenient to use for small families and during a trip. Mr. Jeong said, “We have launched a new, pouch-type product set for those who want to try all five levels of spiciness, and are studying the consumer response.”  Competitively Priced Spicy Witch Sauce The company has also introduced Spicy Witch Sauce, a more commercial and popular version of the premium Bab Sauce. The main ingredients of Spicy Witch Sauce are the same as of the Bab Sauce, but the ratio is different and starch has been added to increase the price competitiveness. Spicy Witch Sauce comes in two types: spicy and mild. It is also offered in glass bottles (195g) and pouches (13g). The increase in the bottle size, compared to the Bap Sauce, was made in response to the recommendation of American and Southeast Asian buyers. The smaller-sized pouches aim at the Japanese market where many convenience stores sell lunch boxes. The Bab participated in an export consultation event last April where it concluded a contract with a large Japanese vendor specializing in distribution to convenience stores. The company will start supplying the Spicy Witch Sauce in pouches to convenience stores in Japan at the end of this year.  Advancing to Famous Online Markets Overseas The spicy sauces of The Bab are listed in large online markets overseas, including Qoo10 in Singapore and Taobao in China. Recently, The Bab has also succeeded in entering the Vietnamese and Indonesian online shopping malls. Moreover, the company is relentlessly looking for opportunities to expand its exports to the US, UK, Singapore, and Hong Kong. It plans to obtain the Singaporean MUIS halal certificate by the end of this year to pioneer the halal markets. Mr. Jeong shared yet another plan, saying “To diversify the products for export, we will launch a convenient sauce made with healthy ingredients such as red ginseng, shiitake mushroom, and shrimp later this year and target with it the foreign consumers who are not fond of a spicy taste.” He added, “We will make further efforts to increase the export of our sauces made with natural Korean ingredients by actively developing and promoting new products.”  # Additional Infomation / Delicious Ways to Enjoy Spicy Sauces of The Bab Bab Sauce and Spicy Witch Sauce are versatile sauces that can be used in various ways according to one’s preference. They will add a spicy yet clean flavor to any dish—fried, baked, grilled, soup, or stew.  When you have a poor appetite, simply mix the sauce with cooked rice. Try it with meat dishes—barbecue, steak, samgyeopsal-gui (grilled pork belly), and so on.  It is also a perfect choice as a natural seasoning adding spiciness to stews (soft tofu or soybean paste stew) and noodle dishes (pasta, instant noodles, etc.)  * Notice: The distribution period of the sauces is one year. Since they are made with no preservatives, refrigerate them after opening.  The Bab Co., Ltd. Tel +82-70-7931-9979 Website  www.thebab.kr Email  thebabkr@naver.com
aT
2016-11-02
Korea
Have You Ever Seen a Dried Sweet Potato Snack That Is Soft?
As part of the trend for healthy living styles, snacks that keep the original taste of their ingredients, are nutritious, and do not contain additives are a big hit in Korea. One of the popular products is Sweet Potato CHEW. The soft strips of dried sweet potato, made by steaming sweet potatoes without other additives, became a bestseller soon after its release. The product even captivated the taste buds of a Hollywood star. Last year, during her trip to Korea, Chloe Grace Moretz posted her experiences on her Instagram by the hour. One of the posts shows Sweet Potato CHEW. Below the picture the actress typed, “First time trying these dried sweet potato chews, but they’re really healthy and delicious. Love it.” Sweet Potato CHEW is produced by Jeongsim Food Co., Ltd. and distributed by Daesang Chungjungone. Let us find out more about Jeongsim Food. The First in the Field to Introduce Automated Facilities  Located in Gangjin County, South Jeolla Province (which is famous for sweet potatoes), Jeongsim Food was founded in 2012. Despite being relatively new in the industry, the company has the largest production line of soft dried sweet potato in the country.  Mr. Jin Gyeong-hak, CEO of Jeongsim Food, explains, “We started as an agricultural corporation purchasing sweet potatoes. When we first made soft dried sweet potato strips, we did it by hand and used potatoes that had no commercial value since they were too big or had a funny shape. We gave the packs of strips as bonus gifts to our best customers. The freebies received a very positive response and we decided to focus on their commercialization.” That is when Jeongsim Food signed cultivation contracts with sweet potato farmers and started building a factory.  Mr. Jin said, “When we started this company, the manufacturing process for soft dried sweet potato in Korea was in the form of a cottage industry. From the beginning, we aimed at the global market, so we installed a modern automation system and set up the best processing facilities in the country.” In other words, Jeongsim Food became the first company in Korea to obtain an automated production system for soft dried sweet potato. Sold Out on a Home Shopping Channel…OEM Agreement with Daesang Chungjungone  Jeongsim Food Co., Ltd. supplies most of its products to Home & Shopping (a home shopping channel), E-mart (a large network of hypermarkets), T’way Air and Eastar Jet airlines, and Daesang Chungjungone. All those companies approached Jeongsim Food after learning, through the word-of-mouth, that the ingredients are carefully selected and the products are made in state-of-the-art processing facilities.  When Jeongsim Food’s sweet potato strips appeared on Home & Shopping for the first time, they were sold out in just 40 minutes. Exporting Soft Dried Sweet Potato to Japan, a Country Known for Advanced Food Manufacturing Technology  Soon after Jeongsim Food started supplying its products to Daesang Chungjungone through an OEM (original equipment manufacturing) agreement, it was swarmed with inquiries from overseas buyers who were interested in the product because of the ease of storing and distributing it.  Normally, fresh and processed sweet potatoes cause problems for long-term distribution since they spoil easily at room temperature. In contrast, Jeongsim Food’s product can be stored at room temperature for 8 months even though it does not use any additives. The secret is in the unique production process. Jeongsim Food had put much effort into developing a processing method that would enable the long-term storage of the product. After numerous trials and errors, the company succeeded in this endeavor and obtained a patent for the method early this year.  High food safety is another strong point of Jeongsim Food’s products. The producer pays particular attention to hygiene and applies the CIP (cleaning in place) system. All of the hygienic facilities―air showers, filters for foreign matters, and so on―possess HACCP (hazard analysis and critical control point), ISO9001, and ISO22000 certifications. Based on these skills and facilities, Jeongsim Food has been able to make products of excellent quality and export them overseas. Particularly significant is its entry to the Japanese market since Japan is renowned for its advanced technology in soft dried sweet potato manufacturing. Next year, the sweet potato strips will be sold in a Japanese convenience store chain (Ministop). Moreover, the product has reached halal markets (Malaysia and Indonesia) by obtaining a halal certification (JAKIM) in June this year. Negotiations for export to the US and Europe are under way. Additional Information Comparison of Japanese and Korean Soft Dried Sweet Potato Snacks Unlike snacks made with blueberries, grapes, or prunes, most of the dried sweet potato snacks on the market are not soft. That is because sweet potatoes require a more sophisticated processing technology and cannot be stored for a long time. For the same reasons, most soft sweet potato snacks are produced and distributed only in Japan and Korea. In fact, Japan was the first country to invent the technique for producing soft dried sweet potato.  Below is a table comparing the soft dried sweet potato snack produced by Jeongsim Food with its competitor from Japan.   Jeongsim Food Co., Ltd. Tel : +82-518-9584 Email : khjin@daldam.comwww.daldam.com
aT
2016-12-06
Korea
Kooksoondang Sparkling Rice Wine & Cream Cheese
Kooksoondang Sparkling Rice Wine & Cream Cheese Kooksoondang, a representative Korean producer of traditional liquor, has recently released a new, low-alcoholic product, Kooksoondang Sparkling Rice Wine & Cream Cheese. It is a fermented rice wine to which cream cheese has been added.  In its effort to cultivate foreign markets for Korean liquor, Kooksoondang has launched several alcoholic beverages this year inspired by traditional wine, such as Rice Wine & Banana and Rice Wine & Peach. All of them use the brewery’s own technology of rice fermentation. Perfect with Spicy Food and Cheese Dishes Kooksoondang Sparkling Rice Wine & Cream Cheese brings together the aromatic flavor of cream cheese, the refreshing sensation of carbonation, and the smooth taste of rice. It goes particularly well with spicy food―such as tteokbokki (stir-fried rice cake) and nakji-bokkeum (stir-fried octopus)―and cheese dishes like cheese gratin. Since the product contains just 3% alcohol, even light drinkers can easily enjoy it.  Kooksoondang selected cream cheese as an ingredient because of the popularity of cheese in many countries, and the company is planning to actively export the product overseas. A staff member of Kooksoondang described it as “a unique flavored low-alcoholic beverage made with rice and cheese.” He added, “I think the new product can captivate the taste buds of female consumers at home and many foreign consumers abroad. Kooksoondang will continue its bid to develop low-alcoholic beverages with new ingredients and different flavors.” Kooksoondang Brewery Co., Ltd. Tel +82-2-513-8521 Email sjkim@ksdb.co.kr Website www.ksdb.co.kr
aT
2016-11-02
Korea
Perfect Wholesome Munchies for Children and Adults, Kimnori Seaweed Snack
Many consumers these days are interested in “superfoods,” which are food products that are rich in nutrients and good for immunity but low in calories, such as acai berry and Greek yogurt. Seaweed has recently come into spotlight as a next generation superfood. CNBC, the Wall Street Journal, and other American media have selected seaweed as the superfood of 2016. This trend, along with Hallyu (Korean culture wave), have contributed to a rapid increase in overseas consumption of Korean seaweed chips and other snacks made with seaweed. Kwangcheonkim, a large producer of processed seaweed in Korea, has developed a variety of seaweed snacks in accordance with the preferences of foreign consumers and is actively exporting its products abroad. Advantages of Seaweed Snacks: Savory, Ample in Nutrition, and Low in Calories  Established in Hongseong County of South Chungcheong Province in 1970, Kwangcheonkim has grown to a large company steadily exporting seasoned seaweed, seaweed snacks, and other processed seaweed products to about fifty countries. Through market research and meetings with foreign buyers, Kwangcheonkim recognized the high potential of seaweed snacks in the foreign market very early. The company had noticed that the overseas consumption of snacks made with healthy ingredients was on the rise and that the image of seaweed in the West was improving, so it started developing seaweed snacks in 2012 and exporting them the following year.  Mr. Lee Kang-ho, an overseas sales manager of Gwangcheonkim, explains, “Many foreigners enjoy potato chips as a snack but they also know that potato chips are an unhealthy, high-calorie junk food. In contrast, seaweed snacks have the advantages of tasting great and being abundant in nutrition though low in calories. We promote seaweed products overseas because we are confident they are great as healthy snacks.” A Variety of Seaweed Snack Products: Original, Honey Butter, Chili, and Other Flavors…Supplied to Starbucks Stores in Korea  Kwangcheonkim’s Seaweed Snack is offered in seven flavors—original, savory, crunchy, honey butter, BBQ, chili, and cuttlefish—to match the diverse tastes of foreign consumers. The products are sold abroad under the brand name Kimnori and are particularly popular as a nutritious snack for children and accompaniment to beer and diet food for adults. In addition, the company supplies its products to all Starbucks franchisees in Korea through an OEM (original equipment manufacturing) agreement.  Mr. Lee said, “The main markets of our Kimnori Seaweed Snack are the US, Russia, Taiwan, and Vietnam. The products are sold there through large distributors such as Costco. Our overseas sales of seaweed snacks have recorded a rapid growth in a short period of time. Last year, they accounted for 20% (about US$2m) of our total exports of processed seaweed.” Equipped with International Certifications such as ISO22000 and USDA Organic Kwangcheonkim has earned trust of foreign buyers and consumers through meticulous management of product quality and safety. Processed seaweed products are manufactured on the production lines located in Hongseong County, Namhae County (South Gyeongsang Province), and Seongnam City (Gyeonggi Province). All of the production facilities possess HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point), ISO22000 (International Organization for Standardization), and FSSC22000 (Food Safety System) certifications. Moreover, the company obtained a halal (KMF; Korean Muslim Federation) certification in 2013 and USDA Organic in 2014 to further raise reliability of its products among foreigners. A New Taste and New Shape of Seaweed Snacks to Be Released  To make its seaweed snacks as popular abroad as potato chips, Kwangcheonkim is developing a new flavor and shape for its products. It aspires to offer a product made of seaweed and grains, which anyone can enjoy in a convenient way. The launch is planned for the end of this year to early next year.  Mr. Kim Jae-yoo, CEO of Kwangcheonkim, said, “We will actively promote our Kimnori Seaweed Snack in the US, China, and other foreign countries where the consumption of wholesome snacks is rising. We also target Vietnam because of the huge interest of local consumers in Korean agriproducts. To extend our export markets further, we will obtain other certifications such as Gluten-Free and Kosher. Kwangcheonkim will spare no effort to raise awareness of the delicious taste and nutritional value of Korean seaweed snacks overseas.” Additional Info: What is Kimnori Seaweed Snack?  A layer of almonds and seasoning powder is added between two sheets of seaweed and roasted until crispy. The savory and crunchy flavors are designed for consumers who want to enjoy the authentic taste of the ingredients. The chili type appeals to the fans of spicy food, whereas the honey butter, BBQ, and cuttlefish flavors are a great fit for consumers who like trying unique flavors.  Kwangcheonkim Co., Ltd. Tel : 070-4333-4517 Email : alexlee773@kckim.kr www.kckim.kr
aT
2016-12-06
Korea
Traditional Korean Rice Wine and Soju Made with Chestnut
Traditional Korean Rice Wine and Soju Made with Chestnut Chestnut rice wine, mulberry wine, and soju brewed in the traditional way have entered the Taiwanese market under a contract signed by Sagok Distillery with Hansen International Co. Sagok Distillery is a Korean agricultural corporation producing wine and soju with regional specialties, chestnut and rice. The contract for annual export of US$ 100,000 worth of its products to Taiwan was concluded at the Seoul International Wines & Spirits Expo where Sagok Distillery attracted the eyes of a Taiwanese dealer by representing the distinct taste of traditional Korean liquor. Four types of products are being shipped: Chestnut Makgeolli, Chestnut Flower-Flavored Liquor, Chestnut Soju (Korean distilled liquor), and Mulberry Wine. Makgeolli (Korean rice wine) and soju are traditional Korean liquors. Sagok Distillery is negotiating similar contracts with companies in China, the US, and Japan and hopes that its products reach to local consumers in those countries. In fact, makgeolli is not an easy product for export because in many cultures people prefer clear liquor with no sediment. However, considering the influence of Korean Wave overseas, the company has decided to give it a try.  Mr. Im Heon-chang, CEO of Sagok Distillery, said, “Hallyu (Korean culture wave) has been tremendous in Southeast Asia. Niche markets will emerge as people, out of curiosity, try Korean drinks that appear in TV dramas. The more consumers try makgeolli in every country, the larger the export volume will become.” Exporting Premium Makgeolli and Soju Made with Chestnuts Chestnut Makgeolli is a premium product made with 70% rice and 30% chestnuts, both ingredients coming from the areas in Sagok Distillery’s vicinity. Yeast is added to steamed rice to stimulate fermentation. The type of yeast selected for the product is appropriate for fermentation at low temperature for one week. Chestnut Makgeolli is then sterilized so that it can be sold in large supermarkets and exported overseas. To avoid degradation of taste resulting from sterilization, the product’s alcohol content has been raised to 8%, which is higher than that of regular rice wines.  Chestnut Flower-Flavored Liquor is made by filtering out the sediment from Chestnut Makgeolli. The liquor is left to mature for 30 to 60 days at the temperature of 27–28℃. In this process, the liquor becomes smoother and obtains the rich scent of chestnut. The alcohol content of the product is 13%.  Chestnut Soju is distilled Chestnut Flower-Flavored Liquor. To ensure that the liquor maintains a good taste, it is distilled at the low temperature of 47℃. Sagok Distillery learned this technique from Korean and foreign companies that specialize in the production of luxury spirits. There are two products in this line. Only distillation is applied to Wangyul Chestnut Soju, whereas the deeper flavor and scent of Jin-Que-Nam-Ju is achieved by additionally leaching several medicinal herbs, such as Chinese matrimony vine, omija (schizandra), and cordyceps militaris. Both products have the alcohol content of 25%.  The products offered by Sagok Distillery are different from their competitiors in several aspects. Firstly, they contain many healthy nutrients while tasting good. They are also unique in the use of agricultural products special for the Gongju area. For these reasons, Sagok Distillery is able to market them as luxury liquor. Mr. Im said, “The differentiated ingredient, chestnut, arouses curiosity. It is also very nutritious, so our products clearly stand out.”  Aiming to Enter the World’s Luxury Liquor Market with Chestnut Soju Sagok Distillery takes pride in its history of 60 years in the production of traditional Korean liquor. Mr. Im has been at the helm of the company for almost two decades since 1997. Chestnut Makgeolli was launched in 1999 for the purpose of offering liquor made with local specialties. At first, it was mostly distributed only in Gongju. Since 2008, however, the company has been striving to increase the brand value, and its Chestnut Makgeolli has come in the limelight nationwide.  With the introduction of chestnut-peeling machines last year, Sagok Distillery started to use more chestnuts for its products. This was done in order to gain recognition as a producer of unique regional liquor.  Mr. Im said, “In the past, Koreans used to drink much makgeolli in rural areas, during the busy farming season. But the mechanization of labor has led to fewer opportunities for farmers to drink alcohol together. Now, most of the consumers are people living in large cities.” Located in a small city, Sagok Distillery is inevitably less competitive compared to the breweries of larger cities. All of the top Korean companies producing traditional liquor employ many experts in trade and marketing, whereas smaller-sized distilleries have a hard time catching up since they cannot invest in foreign marketing. They realize that export overseas is a lucrative niche market and have to make a greater effort to survive in the competition.  Mr. Im explains, “If we don’t count water, the amount of chestnut in the ingredients for our liquor is over 30%. By increasing the chestnut content, we are able to appeal to consumers, highlighting how our products are different from those of our rivals.” He continued, “Among the traditional Korean liquors, chestnut soju is a unique, competitive product appropriate for export. Our ultimate goal is to advance with it to the global luxury liquor market.” Sagok Distillery Tel +82-41-841-9308 Fax +82-41-841-9310www.bamsul.com  
aT
2016-11-02
Korea
Convenient Braised Mackerel
Convenient Braised Mackerel Mackerel is a byword for blue-colored fish. It is known to contain abundant vitamin B and is therefore good for preventing anemia and dizziness. Mackerel also has more high-quality amino acids than white-flesh fish. Moreover, it is rich in DHA, so there is no fish like mackerel for children going through growth spurts.  Koreans enjoy mackerel in various ways, one of which is jorim (braised in sauce). Recently, Andong Salted Mackerel Co., Ltd.—an exporter of salted mackerel—has released a convenient braised mackerel product. Comes In Two Flavors: Spicy and Plain The convenient braised mackerel product of Andong Salted Mackerel Co., Ltd. is made from mackerel caught around Jeju Island, which is boned, cut in bite sized pieces, and cooked with vegetables in a special seasoning made of soy sauce and red pepper paste.  The biggest merit of the product is that it is very easy to cook: simply put it in a microwave for 3 minutes or in boiling water for 5 minutes.  Mr. Kim Jae-mun, CEO of Andong Salted Mackerel Co., Ltd., said, “We have created this product for consumers who want to enjoy mackerel anytime and anywhere. Many foreign buyers are attracted by the convenience of our product. We are looking forward to entering the supermarkets of Japan and North America.” The product is offered in two flavors: plain (cooked in soy sauce) and spicy.  Andong Salted Mackerel Tel +82-54-859-0571 Website  www.godunga.co.kr
aT
2016-11-02
Korea
Specializing in Oyster Production for Two Generations Spanning Fifty Years, Daeil Fisheries, Co., Ltd.
Specializing in Oyster Production for Two Generations Spanning Fifty Years, Daeil Fisheries, Co., Ltd. Delisea, Bringing Fresh Oyster from the Ocean to the Table, Exporting to Japan, China, Spain, and Other Countries  The Tongyeong and Geoje areas in South Gyeongsang Province are known as the filming sites of Winter Sonata, the Korean TV series that sparked the Korean Wave. Both areas are frequently visited by foreign and domestic tourists throughout the year.  For the local residents, the busiest time is when chilly winds start to blow in November. That is the beginning of the oyster harvesting season. Many companies of South Gyeongsang Province specialize in oysters, the so-called “milk of the sea.” One of them is Daeil Fisheries Co., Ltd., located in Hacheong-myeon of Geoje City.  Half a Century of History, a Living Witness of the Development of Korean Oyster Exports Established in 1963, Daeil Fisheries Co., Ltd., is a producer and exporter of various types of oyster products. Just a small farm cultivating oysters and mussels at that time, it is now the largest producer of oysters in Korea, with an unchallenged position in the field. Vice President of Daeil Fisheries, Lee Young-man (he is also a son of the company’s CEO Lee Jung-tae), said, "When we started, Daeil Fisheries was simply growing oysters from spawn. In 1987, we built a processing factory and installed automatic facilities in order to enter the global market. Today, we have the most advanced processing system in Korea.” In 1992, the company expanded its manufacturing facilities to produce cold and frozen processed products and canned food. In the same year, it registered its factory with FDA (Food and Drug Administration of the US). Six years later, Daeil Fisheries introduced the HACCP system to secure food safety by installing air showers and devices to prevent foreign substances from entering products. In 1999, the company became the first oyster producer to receive a quality management certificate, ISO9002. The following year, it was registered in the EU as a marine product processing factory. Furthermore, Daeil Fisheries added food safety management systems, ISO22000 and SQF, in 2011 and 2013, respectively.  Success in Diversifying the Export Markets—from Japan to China and to Europe Daeil Fisheries started exporting oysters in 1992. According to Mr. Lee, the company has been able to steadily increase its exports because it carries out all the steps in the production—from farming and harvesting to processing oysters—in one place. The fact that the company processes oysters grown on its own farms ensures that it has few rivals regarding the freshness of its oysters.  Daeil Fisheries is currently producing fresh oyster, frozen products (oyster, mussel, and manila clam), dried products (oyster and mussel), and canned food (oyster, mussel, and manila clam). Its fresh and frozen products are particularly popular in Japan, while dried and canned products receive praise in China and Europe. Mr. Lee, said, “In order to diversify the export market, which had been focused only on Japan, we started developing new products and installing new facilities. As a result, we began the production of dried and canned products.” He continued, “It’s been a long time since we switched from the Japanese to the Chinese markets. Our products receive positive evaluations in mainland China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, and so on.”  Using China as a stepping stone, Daeil Fisheries has advanced to the US, Mexico, and Europe. Its olive smoked oyster, for example, is an extremely popular ingredient in Spanish restaurants. Mr. Lee explained, “In this product, the taste and scent of shellfish are enriched through an oak charcoal smoking procedure.” It is with such products that the company has been able to expand its markets and win against the competitors who offered lower-priced products. Delisea Brand to Propel Daeil Fisheries as a Global Shellfish Processing Company  Daeil Fisheries is planning to break further in the global market under its own brand, Delisea. It will also accelerate the development of advanced processed products such as oyster extract and concentrate. Mr. Lee said, “Next year, when the construction of our latest food processing factory is completed, we will be able to export more products. We will take a leading role in the development of processed oyster products and hope to gain recognition for the oyster produced in Korea and by Daeil Fisheries as the best in the world.”  Additional Information / Two delicious oyster dishes made with Delisea 1. Oyster rice Ingredients: 200g Delisea smoked oyster, rice, daikon, soy sauce, green onion  Place rice in a cast iron pot and spread radish shreds on the top of rice. When the rice starts boiling, add the oyster and reduce the heat, so the oyster is steamed. Make the seasoning by mixing together the rest of the ingredients and add it to the dish.  2. Smoked oyster canape Ingredients: Delisea smoked oyster, cracker, cucumber  Peel the cucumber and cut into strips 3mm thick. Place the strips on the cracker and top with the smoked oyster. You can make your canapes even prettier and various in flavors by adding various types of fruits and sliced cheese depending on your preferences.  Daeil Fisheries Co., Ltd. Tel +82-55-636-2155        Fax +82-55-636-3977        Website www.difco.co.kr
aT
2016-11-02
Korea
Yangban Seaweed Snack
Great as a Healthy, Low-Calorie Snack   Representative Korean seasoned seaweed exporter Dongwon F&B has recently released a snack that added nuts and grains to seaweed. Yangban Seaweed Snack is receiving a positive response from consumers. A layer of several nuts and grains―almonds, whole wheat, and buckwheat―is added between two sheets of seasoned seaweed and roasted until crispy. Consumers can choose, according to their taste, among three different types of the product: almond, chili, and buckwheat. The almond and buckwheat types target consumers who want to enjoy the full flavor of the ingredients, whereas the chili type is designed to appeal to the fans of a spicy taste. Yangban Seaweed Snack is a finger sized snack and comes with two delicious sauces―teriyaki and bul-dak (hot and spicy chicken). The product is good as a wholesome snack for children and an accompaniment to beer for adults.   Plans for Exports to China, the US, and Southeast Asia Each package of Yangban Seaweed Snack (20g) has few calories (80kcal) but is rich in nutrition: proteins, minerals, dietary fiber, and so on. Thanks to the small size of the packages, they are easy to carry with you.Dongwon F&B is preparing to start exports of the seaweed snack product to foreign countries such as China, Thailand, and the US. According to a member of the Dongwon F&B staff, “The export of Seaweed Snack will contribute to promoting the taste and excellence of Korean seasoned seaweed to foreign consumers.”       Inquiries  Dongwon F&B                          Tel   +82-2-589-3196                          Website  www.dongwonfnb.com
Dongwon F&B Co., Ltd.
2015-07-14
Korea
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