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Mikan is a citrus native to both China and Japan. In English, it is often called Satsuma or Citrus Unshiu, based upon the former province of Satsuma/Unshiu in Japan which first exported these fruits to the West. This juice is very similar to fresh squeezed orange juice, but lacking some of the harder acidity. Excellent when drunk on its own, used in mixed drinks, cooked into jellies, etc.
Blessed with the warm climate of Kishu and the sea breeze from the Kuroshio Current, Wakayama has the highest production of oranges in Japan. Arita, which has been cultivated for a long time in Wakayama Prefecture, is famous as a production center for producing high-quality oranges. "Kishu Arita orange", which grows in the sun in a well-drained terraced field on the southern slope of the mountain of Arita, continues to be loved by many as a sweet and delicious orange brand.
All oranges from Ito Farm use less than half the normal amount of pesticides and are cultivated using only organic fertilizers. Therefore, the garden of Ito Farm is certified as a "special agricultural product" by the Wakayama Organic Certification Association. In addition, we do everything we can do by hand and grow oranges with great care.
We are working hard to make oranges and products with the desire to eat with peace of mind.
• Ingredients: Mikan Citrus Juice
• 25.4 fl oz (750ml)
• Shelf Life: Approx. up to 270 days (Before opening)
• Manufacturer: Ito Noen
• Country of Origin: Japan
We import food products from Japan via sea, so the shelf life will be shorter than it is in the Japanese markets. We guarantee that you will be satisfied with the freshness and quality of this product and that it will be delivered to you within any applicable expiration dates. Food products cannot be returned unless the expiration date is within 30 days when the item is delivered. If any food items in your order do not meet your expectations please contact us within 4 days after the receipt of your order. You can reach to us at email@example.com or (201) 806-1827.