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Nissin Foods Goro Gura Uji Matcha Granola Cereal 280g

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Nissin Foods Goro Gura Uji Matcha Granola Cereal 280g
Nissin Foods Goro Gura Uji Matcha Granola Cereal 280g
Regular price $11.90 USD

Indulge in the essence of Kyoto with Nissin Foods Goro Gura Uji Matcha Granola Cereal. Crafted for the health-savvy and flavor-conscious, this granola is a symphony of traditional Japanese ingredients and nutritional benefits.

  • Authentic Uji Matcha: Savor the rich, aromatic blend of 100% Kyoto Uji matcha, offering a unique taste and a boost of antioxidants.
  • Wholesome Ingredients: Enjoy a mix of mochi, red beans, and strawberries, creating a delightful chewy contrast with the crunchy granola.
  • Nutrient-Rich: Packed with dietary fiber, iron, calcium, and nine essential vitamins, it’s the perfect start to a balanced day.

Elevate your breakfast with a bowl of tradition and health, all in one!

Oat flakes (made in Australia or the UK or other), puffed rye cereal (corn grits, rye flour, wheat flour, other), puffed wheat cereal (contains soybeans), sugar, vegetable oil, dried mochi (starch, lactose, powdered starch syrup, powdered sake, reduced starch syrup), water-soluble dietary fiber, dried strawberry processed products, dried red bean processed products, lactose, matcha (100% Uji matcha from Kyoto), dextrin/gardenia pigment, calcium carbonate, processed starch, vitamin C, emulsifier, flavoring, antioxidant (vitamin E, vitamin C, rosemary extract), trehalose, iron pyrophosphate, acidulant, niacin, sodium caseinate, calcium pantothenate, vitamin B6, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, folic acid, vitamin D, vitamin B12

Instant noodles were first created by Momofuku Ando of Nissin Foods in Japan in 1958. They were initially launched under the brand name Chikin Ramen. After months of trial and error experimentation to perfect his flash-frying method, Ando marketed the first package of precooked instant noodles on August 25, 1958. The original chicken flavor was called Chikin Ramen. Initially, it was considered a luxury item with a price of ¥35, which was around six times the price of traditional udon and soba noodles at the time.

In 1971, Nissin introduced Cup Noodles, which are dried noodle blocks in a polystyrene cup. In Japan, they are referred to as Cup Ramen. Instant noodles are marketed worldwide under many brand names. Some Japanese instant noodle manufacturers use "Ramen" as a descriptor for instant noodle flavors.

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