Strawberry flavoured Mochi.
Steamed rice cakes with a delicious filling and traditionally eaten at New Year. Y & L Mochi Green
Tea (Japanese Rice Cakes) are separately packed and have a unique soft sticky consistency. The sweet mochi filling has a delicate green tea flavour.
Mochi can be eaten all year round, anytime, anywhere!
Maltose, Glutinous Rice Powder, Sugar, Water, Oligosaccharides, Potato Powder, Strawberry (1.7%), Glucose, Strawberry Flavouring (0.2%), Beef Gelatine, Thickening Agents (E415, E1442), Preservative (E202), Emulsifier (E471), Anti-oxidant (E330), Colours (E129, E127).
|Typical Value||Per 100g|
|Energy||1414kJ / 338kcal|
|Of which Saturates||0g|
|Of which Sugars||39g|
Including cereal, Containing gluten.
See ingredients in bold.
Mochi is a much-loved Japanese rice dessert, traditionally made by skilfully hammering soaked glutinous rice into a thick paste. It is often stuffed with dessert fillings, most commonly Azuki red bean paste. Nowadays, Mochi is widely enjoyed by people all around the world. Modernised flavours, such as chocolate and bubble tea, have given this traditional Japanese treat a refreshing twist.
Ready to eat.
Ideal as a snack.
Simply eat out from the packet and enjoy.
Store in a cool dry place, once opened, consume
within three days after opening.
Keep at room temperature.
For Best Before End: See packaging.
Country of Origin:
San Shu Goong Food Co., Ltd.
No. 55 Guo-Ji Rd., Ty-Cheng Dist.,
New Taipei City 23650, Taiwan.
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