日本語 | English

■ Featuring "Jazz," April 30 to June 29







Atom_feed
Maroyaka Yogurt Plain
Connects You To The Farmers Directly
Date:18, Feb, 2016
Investigated and Written by Kishimoto Kazuya
About our introductory articles

submit to reddit

The Tohoku (northeast) area in Japan was terribly damaged by the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011 and is still struggling halfway to recovery. However, most of people in the district are fine to work. Interested in them, you should try “Maroyaka Yogurt Plain” produced by Yuda Milk.

You have never heard their company name? But they are so popular among the areas that children in Iwate and Akita all drink their milk at elementary school lunch. In other words, they are a dairy producer that has taken root in the region.


"Maroyaka Yogurt Plain"

Contents: 400 g
Energy: 260 kcal
Protein: 13.6 g
Price: OPEN


Actually, their website introduces the dairymen that originally produce the milk. With having the yogurt, you can directly be connected to the basic farmers in Tohoku, namely.

Allow me to mention about the yogurt. Yuda Milk was basically a group of the dairymen. So they use their selected fresh milk and don’t do stabilizers, perfume, and powdered skim milk.

It tastes kind of acid and feels like something between a solid and fluid. You are alright, of course, with eating the yogurt straightly, but I believe you’d better use for granola or muesli.

Although Yuda Milk was forced into being temporarily suspended when the Great Earthquake attacked, they are lately running as usual. Why not try the one of Tohoku on the way of researching Japanese yogurt?


Yuda Milk (Japanese)




 

Koiwai Additive-free Yogurt
Is Honesty Such A Lonely Word?

Bottled Yogurt From Farms
Tastes Good! But So In Safety?