About Kinbi and BetaRich Bicolor Carrot Pickles
These pretty bicolor pickles are made from unusual yellow-green Kinbi carrots grown in Shizuoka Prefecture and sweet, mild BetaRich carrots. The yellow carrot color is from lutein, and may offer benefits in preventing eye disease such as cataracts. It's affectionately called "edible sunglasses." As their name suggests, BetaRich carrots are rich in beta-carotene and have strong antioxidant properties, helpful in lowering bad choresterol. The vanilla-flavored pickle juice is popular with even small children, and these pickles make great additions to a bento lunch.
|Ingredients: Kinbi carrots, BetaRich carrots, lotus root (grown in Hamamatsu or Kumamoto) The pickle juice contains: grain vinegar, sugar, salt, vanilla beans, mustard seeds, pink peppers
|Allergens (subject to labeling requirements in Japan)
|Solid ingredients: 100g Total volume: 200g
|Store in a cool, dry place. Refrigerate after opening and eat within about two weeks.
|15 months from manufacturing date