Ajinomoto Rice Topping Mix

One of the things that I used to really love from Japan was this Nori rice topping mix. I thought back then that it was one of the world's best inventions. I kept hoping that Manila would have it.

20 years later, it finally happened to me.

Last Saturday, my nephew and sister attended the launch of the newest product from Ajinomoto called AJI SAVOR on RICE.


In a bid to be the pioneer in providing rice topping mix in the Philippines, AJINOMOTO PHILIPPINES CORPORATION (APC) launched AJI SAVOR™ on Rice in a press conference in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. AJI SAVOR™ ON RICE is a delicious and affordable way to add calcium to one’s diet. Inspired by Japanese Furikake, this product contains a blend of ready-to-eat dried umami food ingredients, like malunggay leaves, toasted sesame seeds and meaty beef or chicken flavored granules that is used to season rice. Each pack can be conveniently sprinkled and mixed in a cup of rice.


Kuya “Omurice” Sawa, a Japanese who went viral for selling omurice or fried rice omelette to help street children, was invited to co-host the event. Kuya san talked about the popularity of Furikake among Japanese children and his excitement about the launch of AJI SAVOR™ in the local market.


Since rice is a staple food in the Philippines, this product hopes to add more calcium to the diet of Filipinos. In its 8th National Nutrition Survey, the Food and Nutrition Research Institute recorded high inadequacies of calcium intake across all age groups. However, this is particularly alarming for the younger population since calcium is one of the key nutrients required for proper growth and development. AJI SAVOR™ contains 385mg of calcium, which is comparable to the calcium you get in drinking a glass of milk.


Young celebrity endorsers, Chunsa Jung, Sophia Reola and Marco Masa are present during the JPOP and Kyaraben (Character Bento) Party organized by Ajinomoto. They led everyone to dance to the beat of the new AJI SAVOR™ jingle featured in the product’s TV Commercial. The jingle made use of the catchy PPAP (Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen) tune popularized by Japanese comedian Daimaou Kosaka. One of the event highlights is the Kyaraben boxed-lunch making activity where media guest and their children joined Ajinomoto’s Culinary Nutrition team in making delicious meals that are a feast to both the eyes and the tongue.

As a food company, Ajinomoto utilizes its technical expertise to enhance the quality of life of Filipinos by offering delicious, safe and quality food products and promoting proper nutrition and healthy lifestyle. 

For more information about AJI SAVOR™, please visit www.ajinomoto.com.ph and facebook.com/CookmunitybyAjinomotoPH.




Share this:

COMMENTS

0 comments:

Post a Comment

Hi! Let's all try to add more positivity in this world and adhere to the saying, "if you don't have anything nice to say, keep silent."

Showering you with unicorn poop so you'd always stay magical! Heart heart!