Recognizing a Quality Vinegar

There is a wide array of vinegars on the market. Although their flavor may be similar, it is not necessarily true that each of them should be considered a quality, health-benefitting vinegar. Based on means of production, we can place most vinegar into one of two categories: "fermented vinegar" and "synthesized vinegar". Vinegar produced through the process of natural fermentation is the only kind that provides real health benefits. The Kokumori production plant, in which we produce all of our vinegars, has received Taiwan's GMP and CAS certification. We produce 100% natural, pure brewed "fermented vinegar".

Based on ingredients used, vinegar may also be differentiated as follows:
a. Glutinous Rice Vinegar and Rice Vinegar --- uses glutinous rice as raw material
b. Sorghum Vinegar --- uses sorghum as raw material
c. Aged Vinegar --- uses glutinous rice and malt as raw materials
d. Red Wine Vinegar and Apple Cider Vinegar --- uses fruit (juice) as raw material

When purchasing vinegar it is important to check whether or not the label indicates “pure fermentation”. It is also important to identify whether or not the company has been certified as meeting government food safety standards. If these two requirements are met then it is safe to enjoy the vinegar.

 

 


Raw Ingredients → Clean → Cook → Saccharification → Fermentation of Alcohol → Filter → Fermentation of Acetic Acid → Age → Filter → Pasteurization → Bottle → Label → Finished Product

 

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Ingredients:
Water、Sticky Rice、Alcohol
 
Capacity:600ml, 5000ml, 20kg
 
 
Ingredients:
Water、Sorghum
 
Capacity:600ml, 20kg

 
 
 
 
 
Ingredients:
Water、Sticky Rice

 
Capacity:300ml, 600ml, 20kg
 
 
Ingredients:
Water、Sticky Rice Vinegar、Sugar...
 
Capacity:300ml, 600ml, 22kg
 
 
 
 
 
Ingredients:
Water、Sticky Rice、Alcohol
 
Capacity:600ml, 20kg
 
 
Ingredients:
Water、Red Grape Juice、Sticky Rice
 
Capacity:300ml
 
 

 

 
 

 

 
 

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