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South Korean food manufacturer JEJUMAMI launches new snack range

Author : Pankaj Singh | Published Date : 2019-07-27 
  • The product was selected as a Top 10 Must Buy in Jeju 2017.

JEJUMAMI, a food manufacturer in South Korea, has reportedly launched a new snack named Hokkeullak Chips for kids in Jeju. The new food product is a grain snack prepared by mothers across Jeju, South Korea.

Reports cite, this would be an ideal snack option for the parents looking for dependable and healthy foods for their kids. Along with a good taste and texture, the chips also provide a good visual treat because of their shape, coming in the shape of a horse and hareubang (stone statue of Jeju).

According to reports, the product was also chosen in 2017 as the top 10 Must Buy items across Jeju. Moreover, at the 2018 Korean Processed Rice Food and Traditional Liquor Festival, the chips were awarded with grand prize.

JEJUMAMI’s Hokkeullak Chips are grain snacks that are puffed and prepared from black barleys grown in the Jeju province. The snack comprises of Jeju black barley, enzyme-treated stevia, and sun-dried sea salt. Stevia is considered to be a natural sweetener that provides healthy sweetness without being high in calories.

Caffe Bene, Innisfree Green Café, Jeju Air’s Air Café, Ramada Plaza Jeju, and Hyatt Regency Jeju are some places where Hokkeullak Chips are sold. However, the snack could also be bought through online stores like Coupang and Market Kurly.

The President of JEJUMAMI, Kim Jeong-ok stated that Hokkeullak Chips were made with the intention of providing a healthy snack food to children. Jeong-ok further added that the company would continue to develop rice-based processed foods using healthy ingredients found locally across Jeju to do justice to the meaning of the company’s name; ‘magical rice from Jeju’.  

JEJUMAMI’s portfolio contains various other products like Jejubabsang Nutritious Rice, a local food table in Jeju, and Jejubabsim Scorched Rice, which include various foods made by ingredients found in Jeju.

Source Credits : https://finance.yahoo.com/news/korean-food-manufacturer-jejumami-launches-020000120.html

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