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Takuko Shoyu

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Additional information

Ingredients

Water, Whole Soybeans, Wheat, Sea Salt, Koji

Packaging

1.8L/60oz x 1

Flavor

Wonderful aromatics of fermented soy and grain, full strength flavor with a round finish

Color

Medium Brown

Storage

Shelf Stable, See Best By Date – Reseal and keep in cool place

Allergenics

Contains Soy & Wheat As Ingredients

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