SeeWoo’s PRB Yummyto Japanese Style Soy Sauce wins 2014 Great Taste Awards Top 50 Foods ranking

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Top 50 ranking

Top 50 ranking

PRB Yummyto Japanese Soy Sauce has been announced as one of Britain’s Top 50 Foods in the 2014 Great Taste Awards. This follows a 3 star award (placing it amongst the elite from 10,000 entries) after eight weeks of intensive judging in five different locations for leading soy sauce manufacturer, Pearl River Bridge.

Yummyto Japanese Soy Sauce is a soy sauce that has the taste of UMAMI that people seek to taste in all Japanese food. It is naturally brewed from selected non-GMO soy bean with no flavour enhancer added and uses pure processes and techniques, making the flavour long lasting. Its rich UMAMI that lifts the taste buds and its savoury flavour of Japanese cuisine is what makes the soy sauce so distinctive, and excellent as a condiment or in cooking.

Judges comments about the soy sauce included: “The flavour is excellent – the right level of salt, and the caramel sweetness comes through, along with a real fermented flavour. It’s been really well cooked and blended.”

“A really special fermented element to this soy sauce – rich, deep, with the seasoning spot on. Excellent as a condiment or in cooking.”

“It has a glossy vibrant colour.”

The Top 50 Foods were judged by a panel of supremely talented experts including; Masterchef judge and restaurant critic Charles Campion, BBC Food Programme presenter Sheila Dillon, Great British Bake Off winner Frances Quinn, MasterChef 2013 Natalie Coleman, food buyers from Harrods, Fortnum & Mason, Selfridges, Harvey Nichols and Whole Food Markets, and chefs including James Golding, chef director of The Pig hotel group.

This result means that Yummyto Soy Sauce joins the ranks of some of the most outstanding foods available. It also means that the Yummyto Soy is in with a chance of winning a Great Taste Golden Fork Award, one of the highest accolades in the world of fine food. Simply put, these are products worth searching for and worth savouring.

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The Top 50 Foods was announced on twitter @guildoffinefood #Top50Foods. The final announcement of the winner of Great Taste Supreme Champion 2014, sponsored by Harrods, and the regional Golden Fork Awards will be made in London on the 8 September.