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Add flavor to your food, with rich aroma, blended perfectly in our high quality soy sauce.

A study by National University of Singapore shows that Chinese soy sauce contains 10 times the antioxidants of red wine and 150 times than vitamin C, and can help prevent cardiovascular diseases. Soy sauce is rich in lactic acid bacteria and of excellent anti-allergic potential.

 

   

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Salty taste of fish sauce rich with protein that goes perfect with every meal
 

Fish sauce originated in the Southeast Asian countries where it was used primarily as source of protein. Early fishing boats were unable to venture into the deeper ocean to catch larger fish, instead they decided to stay close to shore and netting many small fish lacking in meat. They found that by layering these many small fish in barrels with salt, they could produce a protein rich sauce. Fish sauce became a primary source of protein. It is often simply mixed with rice and used as an ingredient in cooking.

   

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Tangy taste of vinegar that makes you crave for more

Vinegar is high in natural acetic acid. This can increase the body's absorption of important minerals from the foods we eat. Some study shows that it can help control blood sugar levels and help people with diabetes.

 


   

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Fresh sour taste of cane vinegar.


Made from sugar cane juice, this is the most popular type of vinegar in the Philippines. It is especially popular in the Ilocos Region of the northern Philippines where it is called sukang iloko, meaning Ilocos’ Vinegar. It ranges from dark yellow to golden brown in colour and has a mellow flavour, similar in some respects to rice vinegar though with a somewhat "fresher" taste.
 

   

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Chinese sauce but great in Filipino Foods as well.

Created by Chinese origin. This is traditionally made from oyster. The rich and distinctive taste of this condiment has widely spread throughout Asia and now very popular in the Philippines as well.