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  • Dosirac with Kimchi Flavor
    Dosirac with Kimchi Flavor Paldo Dosirac is a type of instant noodles sold in square-shaped containers. The product is sold in the US, Australia, and other countries, and is enjoying the highest popularity in Russia. To mark the product’s 30th birthday, the producer has recently released Paldo Dosirac of a new flavor: kimchi. When Paldo Dosirac was launched, it was the first time instant noodles were offered in a square-shaped container. Before then, all Korean instant noodles came in cups or round shaped containers. Before long, the product captivated the taste buds of foreigners visiting Korea and this led to the beginning of exports. Package Invokes Nostalgic Memories in Koreans Just as the original product, Dosirac with Kimchi Flavor is packed in square-shaped containers. Moreover, the packaging is a reproduction of its 1986 design, when the product first came on the market. Thanks to the addition of kimchi in solid flakes, the soup has a clean and savory taste.Choi Jae-moon, the CEO of Paldo, says, “For the last 30 years, we have poured much effort to upgrade the taste and quality of Paldo Dosirac so it receives praises at home and abroad. We are also doing our best to diversify the line of products we offer to foreign markets.” Inquiries PaldoTel +82-2-3449-6392Website www.paldofood.com
  • Colostrum Powder(Health Supplement)
    MuKoBa® - G (L-Glutamine+colostrums etc.) │ DESCRIPTION │ MuKoBa®Related products are processed products of various immune factors and growth factors which are extracted from cow colostrums│ SPECIFICATION │ Main Ingredients :L-Glutamine(50%) + Colostrums protein powder (30%) + 12 types mixed Probiotics (11,055 million CFU/bag) etc., IgG 25%, IgA 0.7%, IgM 0.3%, IGF-1.3ug, IGF-2 130ng, EGF 1.2ug, Lactoferrin over 50mg Content Amount :10g X 30bags (300g) – 1 month Manufacturer & Country of Orgin :Dongseo Biopharm(OEM) & South Korea Sales Company:DIATECH Korea Co., Ltd. Purpose:- Infection or autoimmune disease etc.- Prevention of Leaky Gut Syndrome-Induced disease- Pre/Post of Chemo/Radiotherapy to increasing Immunity- Prevention of Complication pre/post Abdominal Surgery OP. & to inhibit Bacterial Translocation. Suggested Use:Q.D. (take 1 sachet daily with water & possible empty stomach feeding)
  • Noodles -Hamheung Cold Noodles
    As having been compared to Pyeongyang Cold Noodles in taste and quality for years, Hamheung Cold Noodles are manufactured with strictly selected raw materials through manual kneading. The excellent consistency and unique texture of Hamheung Cold Noodles smoothly coat the inside of your mouth. This is definitely a representative product of the Howchon Brand. Weight and Package : 2kg(for 10 people) Storage : Keep frozen at -18°C or below
  • A Healthy Jujube Snack with Triple Strength: High Sugar Content, Use of Only Natural Ingredients, and No Artificial Additives
    A Healthy Jujube Snack with Triple Strength: High Sugar Content, Use of Only Natural Ingredients, and No Artificial Additives Early September 2015, the Korean government held the Export Business Consultations for Korean Agriproducts event in Tokyo, Japan. One of the products displayed at the event was quite unfamiliar to Japanese buyers but, nevertheless, received much attention. That product was Jujube Snack produced by Boeun Samga Jujube Farm using blackish red jujubes. In fact, Japan does not cultivate jujubes, so many local buyers were curious about the snack. The main reasons why the product received positive attention of Japanese buyers are its sweet taste and the fact that it only uses natural ingredients. The average sugar content of jujube, the main ingredient of the snack, is 36°Bx, which is more than twice of that of apples (13°Bx on average) and grapes (15°Bx on average). Moreover, the jujube snack of Boeun Samga Jujube Farm does not use any artificial additives and is made with jujubes cooked with the hot-air frying method. In short, the product is truly healthy. Thorough Quality Control by Cultivation without Agricultural Chemicals and Acquisition of GAP Certification Boeun County, located in North Chungcheong Province, is one of the main production areas for jujubes in Korea. Boeun Samga Jujube Farm first started growing the fruit in 2002. The farm is producing an average of 10 tons of fresh and dried jujubes every year. Until recently, it has concentrated on domestic distribution and supplied its products to big supermarkets, environment-friendly food stores, and large corporations which purchase them to present as gifts. Mr. Kim Hong-bok, the CEO of Boeun Samge Jujube Farm, has been cultivating jujubes without agricultural chemicals for over 15 years. His farm produces a better quality fruit and yields larger crops than other jujube farms, so local people have given him a nickname of “the jujube master.” Mr. Kim emphasizes, “We focus on production of high quality jujubes to meet the needs of consumers and buyers. For this reason, we obtained the GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) certification and are applying the traceability system to our fruit. In addition, we are putting much effort into sanitary control and food safety management. The fruit goes through four or more stages of sorting by marketability and size. We have never received complaints about our products from consumers or buyers.” Gaining Popularity as a Premium Healthy Snack in Japan and Other CountriesParticipation in the Export Consultations event in Tokyo last September was the first attempt for Boeun Samga Jujube Farm, and since then it has attended several international food fairs such as 2016 FOODEX JAPAN (held in Tokyo last March) and 2016 SIAL CHINA (held in Shanghai, China, in May). The jujube snack received positive responses from many overseas buyers and consumers, and their interest led to the beginning of exports. The farm concluded an export contract with Japanese buyer Dakachio Trading Company in the second half of last year and has been actively supplying the jujube snack to supermarkets in Yokohama and Chiba as well as Korean stores (Seoul Market, Korean Plaza, etc.) in Shinjuku Koreatown in Tokyo. In consideration of Japanese consumer preference, the farm is offering the product in small-sized packages (40g). The unit retail price is 390 yen. Mr. Kim said, “The jujube snack has gained more popularity in Japan than we could imagine, and the import volume has been steadily rising. The product is on the tongues of the local middle class, the higher-income group, and women consumers, who praise it as a healthy snack.” Plans to Export Fresh and Dried JujubesBoeun Samga Jujube Farm is planning to carry out several marketing strategies in order to expand the export of jujube snack overseas. First, the farm intends to obtain international certifications―such as ISO22000 and Global GAP―to gain recognition for the product’s high quality. In addition, it will organize promotions for the purpose of advancing into the Japanese distribution chains, such as the country’s largest convenience store enterprise, Seven-Eleven. The farm plans to participate in Chinese food fairs and export consultations to promote the jujube and thereby enter the Chinese market where the consumption of healthy snacks is on the rise. In the second half of this year, Boeun Samga will start exporting its fresh and dried jujubes to Japan. Mr. Kim explains: “We organized the Korean Boeun Jujube Association with other jujube farms last June to secure stable supply of the fruit and cultivate foreign markets for jujube snacks, fresh jujubes, and dried jujubes. We will do the best to make our jujube snack widely known as a healthy product overseas, by offering the products that meet the needs of consumers and buyers.” # Additional Info: Jujube Fruit and Jujube SnackJujube contains a lot of natural sugar, dietary fibers, and minerals. Many medical studies have shown that the fruit is good for skin care, preventing insomnia, and relieving stress. The jujube snack produced by Boeun Samga Jujube Farm contains crispy slices of the fruit. The product is free of transfat, sodium, and saturated fat, so it is perfect both as a nutritious snack for children and as an accompaniment to alcoholic beverages such as beer and wine. Many consumers enjoy it as a topping ingredient for cereal, yogurt, and ice cream. Boeun Samga Jujube FarmTel : +82-43-544-4548Email : hongbok4548@hanmail.net
  • Iga Natural Noodle Enters Overseas Market with Maturation Technologies
    Iga Natural Noodle Enters Overseas Market with Maturation Technologies Long-term Favorite, Diverse Noodles One of the foods gourmets enjoy having is noodles. Although the names are different―janchi-guksu (banquet noodles), jajang-myeon (Chinese-style noodles in black soybean sauce), udon, pasta, ramen, naengmyeon (cold noodles), rice noodles, etc.―all these dishes are noodles. The cultures are different, too, but people around the world love noodles, so we can often have noodles from other countries in local restaurants. In the past, noodles were rare. They became popular as a food people can enjoy at a low price after flour started to be mass-produced. Then, food companies began developing and launching noodle products that could be cooked easily in a restaurant or at home. That is how noodles became a familiar food to modern people. In other words, the growth of the noodle business reflected the expansion of the instant food market. One good example of this process in Korea is Iga Natural Noodle, a company that has been cultivating its brand power based on noodles. Famous for Soft and Chewy Noodles Iga Natural Noodle, established some 15 years ago, is famous for producing soft yet chewy noodles. The praise the company receives for the excellent taste of its noodles is owed to 20 years of noodle fermentation and maturation know-how. Iga Natural Noodle is producing and supplying its products to many food businesses through OEM (original equipment manufacturing). Their clients include famous Korean franchise companies Nolboo and Chaseondang. Iga Natural Noodle produces a variety of noodles all of which can be cooked easily at home or in a restaurant. The main products are: Old Jajangmyeon, Tongmil Kalguksu (soup with fresh flat whole-wheat noodles), Dongchimi Naengmyeon (cold noodles in radish water kimchi), Katsuo Udong, Bokkeum Udon (fried udon) and Naengmyeon (cold noodles). The types of the noodles―fresh wet noodles, frozen noodles, and refrigerated noodles―are offered depending on the needs of the market segment. Generally, the products that contain sauce can be fully cooked within 15 minutes. Lee Beom-soo, CEO of Iga Natural Noodle, said, “My major study was the culture of starch bacteria. I worked at a noodle company as the chief researcher and studied the technology of noodle drying. Making dry noodles for naengmyeon, for example, is a very difficult task because the product should have a storage period of about a year.” Challenging the Overseas Market with Their Own Brand Recently, Iga Natural Noodle started producing noodles under its own brand in order to advance abroad. The company is betting on its advantage of possessing the technology to make tasty noodles. One of the reasons it wants to enter foreign markets lies in the difficulty of securing the domestic market with its own brand. Its first target is China, where sales of instant foods are steadily increasing. Because the country is geographically close, Iga Natural Noodle is focusing on refrigerated noodles. In the US and Australia, Iga Natural Noodle is planning to sell its frozen noodles. The company uses a freezing technology that keeps the taste of the noodles intact for a long time. To cultivate the market in China, the company has created the brand name CI, which comes from the Chinese letter meaning noodles, “麵.” According to Mr. Lee, for the past five years, Iga Natural Noodle has been exporting naengmyeon to Japan, and other types of noodles to China, through OEM (original equipment manufacturing). He added, “We have also exported our products to Europe and received a positive response.” The company has proven the reliability of its products by obtaining several international certificates. For example, Iga Natural Noodle acquired FSSC 22000, which is based on ISO 22000, PAS 220, and ISO TS 22003. It is the No. 1 international safety system certification for food and food containers. One characteristic feature of ISO 22000 is that it uses PAS 220, an established program for food suppliers, to maintain the food safety standards during the production process. PAS 220 includes 18 requirements including the arrangement of the workplace, disposal of waste, cleaning and maintenance of equipment, management of insect pests, personal hygiene, and so on. Opened the Korean Whole Wheat Noodle Restaurant Millac To make its products, Iga Natural Noodle buys 400 tons of Korean wheat every year. The company is using the Korean wheat in order to help revitalize domestic wheat production. In fact, the Korean wheat, which is used for Urimil (in Korean “our wheat”) products, is about 2.5 times more expensive than the imported wheat. However, it is also very safe. Last year, Iga Naural Noodle opened its first restaurant. Named Millac, it specializes in Korean whole-wheat noodles. Whole-wheat noodles are made with the flour containing the aleurone layer (the husk part of wheat). Whole wheat is good for modern people’s health because it is rich in nutrients such as dietary fibers, minerals, and vitamins. Korean wheat, unlike foreign types, is sown in the fall and harvested in the early summer, so it is safe because there is no need for insect pest control (pesticide treatment). Despite using the expensive whole-wheat noodles, Millac offers its dishes at the competitive price of KRW5,000-7,000. Mr. Lee explains, “The first thing that comes to our mind when we think of whole-wheat noodles is that they are tough. However Urimil whole-wheat noodle are pleasantly chewy and soft thanks to the long kneading and fermentation time. Armed with years of experience and knowhow, we are offering the products that modern people prefer. We will do our best to expand overseas with the Millac brand and open a Millac franchise enterprise abroad.” Inquiries Iga Natural Noodle Tel +82-43-881-8395 Fax +82-43-882-7200 Website www.igan.co.kr
  • OurHome Cold Noodles with Kimchi Broth
    OurHome Cold Noodles with Kimchi Broth A Korean food enterprise, OurHome, has recently released new cold noodle products which utilize a kimchi fermentation technique: Sonsoo Rice Noodles with Cold Kimchi Broth and Sonsoo Mul-Naengmyeon with Cold Kimchi Broth. The two products use a special type of kimchi broth that gives them a sweet-and-sour kimchi flavor. The broth is a fermented extract made with kimchi seasonings, napa cabbage juice, and white radish juice using a technique developed by OurHome. The noodles for Sonsoo Rice Noodles with Cold Kimchi Broth are made with rice instead of flour, out of consideration for consumers’ health. Sonsoo Mul-Naengmyeon with Cold Kimchi Broth uses buckwheat noodles and has a great aroma thanks to the addition of potato starch. Enjoy a Convenient and Healthy Meal Ready to be Served in 2-3 Minutes Both products are HMR (Home Meal Replacement) foods that can be cooked quickly and easily irrespective of age or gender. First, boil and cool down the noodles. Then, pour in the separately packaged kimchi broth. The entire cooking process takes just a couple of minutes. You can garnish the dish to your liking with a boiled egg and sliced cucumber. For a crispier taste, add sliced kimchi as a topping. A representative of OurHome describes the products: “These healthy cold noodles use OurHome’s know-how in kimchi fermentation. Now, consumers can enjoy healthy and chewy noodle dishes with kimchi flavor in any season." * Inquiries: OurHome Tel: +82-2-6966-9578 Website: www.ourhome.co.kr
  • Bebecook Ssal-kung
    Bebecook Ssal-kung Korean baby food products garner a lot of attention in China and ASEAN thanks to many advantages of the products such as their high quality and food safety. Recently, Bebecook?a renowned Korean producer of processed foods for babies, such as snacks, juices, and seasoned seaweed?has released a premium rice chip product. Called “Bebecook Ssal-kung,” it is receiving many favorable reviews. Few Crumbs Thanks to the Round Shape of ChipsThe newly released Bebecook Ssal-kung snack comes in two types?purple sweet potato with sweet pumpkin, and spinach with carrot?that are expected to appeal to health-conscious consumers who are mothers. The main ingredient is safe, high quality Korean organic rice and no synthetic additives, preservatives, or artificial colorings are added, so parents can give the snack to their children with an easy mind. The sub-ingredients?purple sweet potato, sweet pumpkin, spinach, and carrot?are also of Korean origin. They are abundant in vitamins and essential amino-acids and therefore are a perfect supplement to rice. They also make the chips more colorful. The product is free of sugar or salt. A lot of thought was put into the package design. The snack is offered in small packages of three chips per bag, which makes it easy to carry when going out. Since the snack is as small as an infant’s hand, infants can easily grip a chip with their hands. It also quickly melts in a baby’s mouth and the round shape minimizes the breaking of its edges, producing fewer crumbs. Bebecook Tel +82-70-8250-3727 E-mail kimgunny@bebecook.com Website www.bebecook.com
  • Colostrum tablet (Health Supplement)
    MukoBa® - T (Colostrum protein Powder + Probiotics) │ DESCRIPTION │ MuKoBa®Related products are processed products of various immune factors and growth factors which are extracted from cow colostrums │ SPECIFICATION │ Main Ingredients :Colostrum protein powder (45%) + 3 types mixed Probiotics (Bifidobacteria + Lactic acid bacteria + Lactobacillus rhamnosus, 5 billion CFU/tablet) etc., IgG 25%, IgA 0.7%, IgM 0.3%, IGF-1 1.3ug, IGF-2120ng, EGF 1.2ug, Lactoferrin over 10mg/ tablet Content Amount :1000mg/ tablet (120 Tablets/60 Tablets) Manufacturer & Country of Orgin :Dongseo Biopharm(OEM) & South Korea Sales Company:DIATECH Korea Co., Ltd. Purpose:- Many kinds of inflammatory Bowel Disease.(mild case)- Chronic wasting disease.(mild case)- For sensitive Women / Children to flavor Suggested Use:B.I.D (take 1~2T twice a day with water & possible empty stomach feeding)