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Kagome Vegetable & Fruit Tonkatsu Sauce 10 fl oz / 300ml

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As indicated in its name, tonkatsu sauce is a traditional Japanese condiment typically served on tonkatsu (or breaded and fried pork). This sauce is known as a Japanese barbeque sauce. The origins of tonkatsu sauce come from the British Worcestershire sauce. Tonkatsu sauce being a sweeter and thicker variation of it. This sauce makes a great accompaniment to any breaded and fried dish!

Specifications

• Manufacturer: Kagome /
• Ingredients: Water, Sugar, Salt, Tomato Paste, Fermented Vinegar, Carrot Puree, Glucose, Apple.Lemon Juice, Caramel Coloring, Thickener(Tamarind), Corn Starch, Onion Extract, Spice, Garlic Extract, Licorice, Amino Acid
• 10 fl oz / 300ml
• Country of Origin: Japan
• Shelf Life: 90-640 days (Refrigerate after opening)

About the manufacturer

With its early history based in cultivating tomatoes in Japan, the Kagome company has been around since 1899, making ketchup and delicious sauces. Now, they are a global brand focused on sustainably manufacturing and ethically sourcing crops for their products.

Product Disclaimer

We import food products from Japan via sea, so the shelf life will be shorter than it is in the Japanese markets. The expiration date usually will be around 3-21 months. Food products cannot be returned unless the expiration date is within 1 month when the item is delivered. If any food items in your order do not meet your expectations please contact us within 30 days. You can reach to us at home@mtckitchen.com or (201) 806-1827.