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Hachimitsu Honey Spiced Plum 10.58 oz

Product Number - 3004739
Bin Number - 4030

Salty and sour plums seasoned with perilla leaves and slightly sweetened honey. Umeboshi (dried plum) and umezuke (wet plum) is often eaten in small amounts on top of rice or in onigiri rice balls.

Price: $4.29 

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Nutritional Information

Amount Per Serving
Calories 9  
   Calories From Fat 0  
    % Daily Value
Total Fat 0 g 0 %
   Saturated Fat 0 g 0 %
   Trans Fat 0 g 0 %
Cholesterol 0 mg 0 %
Sodium 413 mg 17 %
Total Carbohydrate 2 g 1 %
   Dietary Fiber 0 g 0 %
   Sugar 1 g  
Protein 0 g  
Vitamin A   0 %
Vitamin C   0 %
Calcium   0 %
Iron   0 %

Serving Size: 1 piece (10 g)
Servings per Container: 30
Net wt: 10.58 oz (300 g/ 30 plums)

Japanese plum, perilla, salt, honey, monosodium glutamate, citric acid, ethyl alocohol, vitamin B1, fructose, glucose syrup (corn starch, water).

  • Product of China
  • 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: 4 
		of 5 Stars! Wednesday Mar 17 2010 17:33
by Michelle
I live in a very remote area in Indiana and seldom have access to shopping for anything but your standard american stuff. When I saw these pop up on Asian Food Grocer I was delighted, as I have always wanted to try some variation of these but every where I look online they are terribly price. Asian Food Grocer has most places beat on price. I was not quite expecting the level of tartness they have since I had never tried them, but after a couple more nibbles became quite hooked on them. There is usually one on my plate whenever I cook Japanese style food for myself, I enjoy eating a few bites of my meal, then a nibble of the plum, then a few more bites of what I'm eating. It refreshes the flavors of the different dishes quite nicely, and there are an amazing amount of these little tidbits packed in the jar.

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