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Brown Sugar Rice Cake Mochi Balls 10.5 oz

Product Number - 10042
Bin Number - NEW

The uniquely tasting, hard to describe, not hard not soft, feel weird in your mouth candies are back! The complex flavor of brown sugar will add layers and layers of an intricate tasty goodness that can't be turned down.

Price: $3.99 




Nutritional Information

Amount Per Serving
Calories 368  
   Calories From Fat 0  
    % Daily Value
Total Fat 1.5 g 2.3 %
   Saturated Fat 0.25 g 1.25 %
   Trans Fat 0.04 g 0 %
Cholesterol 0 mg 0 %
Sodium 48.1 mg 2 %
Total Carbohydrate 86.7 g 29 %
   Dietary Fiber 0 g 0 %
   Sugar 20 g  
Protein 1.9 g  
Vitamin A   0 %
Vitamin C   0 %
Calcium   1.2 %
Iron   0 %

NUTRITION FACTS
Serving Size: 3.53 oz (100 g)
Serving per Container: 3
Net wt. 10.5 oz (300 g)

INGREDIENTS
Maltose, brown sugar, glutinous rice powder, sugar, potato powder, sorbic acid under 5/10000 sulphite.

  • Product of Taiwan

  • Percent Daily Values (DV) are
    based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

  • Not responsible for typos,
    inaccuracies, misinformation,
    or omission stated or implied.


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Customer Reviews

Rating: 5 
		of 5 Stars! Saturday Mar 03 2012 09:01
by Dana
good price

Rating: 5 
		of 5 Stars! Thursday Nov 03 2011 18:33
by Michelle
Mochi are one of those foods that before trying you have to tell yourself "this is something all new, so erase all expectations." (if you've ever had to go from drinking cow's milk to soy milk or other milk substitutes, you understand this...if you drink them expecting milk, you're horribly dissapointed, if you drink them expecting something vaguely milk like, you can appreciate it on it's own merit.) I've tried all flavors of mochi carried by AFG with the exception of the mixed fruit (they never have it in!) and have found myself quite addicted to these little chewy puffs. they have a very dense chewy texture in the middle, rather like a gummy candy to some degree, surrounded by a very soft coating of pastry made of rice flour (which means that it has a very unusual texture which I can't even begin to find an analogy for in western versions of food.) They are of a size you cf can pop a whole one in your mouth, but I like to slice or pull them apart in four or five pieees and enjoy them with tea or coffee or as a dessert after a meal. If you chose to try them, keep in mind that it's the texture that most likely with catch you by surprise, the flavor of them is wonderful...so after that first one and your going "I dunno...." Try another, now that the texture is familiar you'll find yourself enjoying the flavor of them immensely.

Rating: 3 
		of 5 Stars! Friday Feb 04 2011 15:15
by Karen
I've never had Mochi and have always wanted to try it. I'm not a fan! It's a little mushy with an after taste. I'll pass them off to the kids who like anything sweet.


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