Miso, a fermented soy paste, is one of the world's most delicious, versatile, and medicinal foods. In addition to its superior taste, the daily use of miso is credited with numerous health benefits. For instance, miso is loaded with good bacteria, resulted from fermentation, helping digestion, assimilating nutrients and immune system. It is a good source of protein too and has the essential amino acids necessary for a balanced diet. Miso is also known for its anti-cancer properties. Thus we feel that using miso regularly is good for your well-being. Based on nearly 50 years of expertising in traditional Japanese foods, Mitoku has an exciting range of products available. The range includes unpasteurized miso, - sweet, creamy, and light varieties, hearty, robust, and dark miso, and they come in many forms from paste to powder.
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Mitoku Co., Ltd. has been the leading exporter of high quality traditional Japanese organic foods for nearly 50 years. Our products are made with carefully selected ingredients, entirely additive-free and are produced using traditional methods. Mitoku currently exports over 200 high quality traditional Japanese organic and natural products in 80 categories to more than 40 countries worldwide.
Each of our products is extraordinary. Mitoku selects only those products manufactured using traditional techniques. Miso, soy sauce, green tea – we have always worked with the very best producers in Japan: small scale, long-established businesses that are committed to traditional methods with the highest quality ingredients.
Mitoku products cannot be produced without nature’s blessings. We carefully select only those products that have been grown, fermented and matured in close harmony with the natural environment, making use of naturally occurring microorganisms to complete the brewing process and harnessing the natural fluctuations in temperatures of Japan’s four seasons. Our ongoing goal is to ensure that our customers enjoy food “as nature intended”.