WAFU® MAYONAIZU®

SPICY MAYO

Available in 8.5 fl oz

Spice things up with our creamy spicy mayo. It’s the perfect mayonnaise-style spread for making spicy tuna rolls and adds pizzazz to sushi, seafood, sandwiches, burgers, fries and many of your favorite foods.

Made with high quality ingredients, our spicy mayo contains no colors or artificial flavors, contains no trans fat, is low in cholesterol and saturated fat, is gluten-free and is kosher.

WAFU® MAYONAIZU®

SPICY MAYO

INGREDIENTS:
CANOLA OIL, WATER, RICE VINEGAR, SUGAR, CHILI PEPPER, PASTEURIZED FROZEN EGG YOLK, GLUTEN-FREE SOY SAUCE (WATER, SOYBEANS, SALT, ALCOHOL), SESAME OIL, DEHYDRATED EGG YOLK, MODIFIED CORN STARCH, SEA SALT, GARLIC POWDER, GINGER POWDER, LEMON JUICE CONCENTRATE, XANTHAN GUM, NATURAL FLAVORS, CAPSICUM (CHILI) OIL, AND LACTIC ACID, CITRIC ACID, POTASSIUM SORBATE, SODIUM BENZOATE AND CALCIUM DISODIUM EDTA AS PRESERVATIVES.
REFRIGERATE AFTER OPENING. DO NOT FREEZE.

No Colors or Artificial Flavors

0g Trans Fat

Low in Cholesterol and Saturated Fat

Gluten-Free

Kosher

NUTRITION FACTS TABLE

WAFU® MAYONAIZU®

SPICY MAYO

CHILI PEPPER HISTORY: Chili peppers originate in Central and South America, where they are believed to have been one of the first self-pollinating crops. Christopher Columbus was the first European to encounter chili peppers in the Caribbean. Once introduced to Europe, they were grown in the gardens of monasteries, where monks began using them in their culinary creations as a substitute for high-priced black peppercorns. Chili peppers were brought to Japan by Portuguese missionaries in 1542.

CHILI PEPPERS IN JAPANESE CUISINE: Togarashi means “red chili peppers” in Japanese. Togarashi is used primarily as a condiment in Japanese cuisine. Different chili peppers are often blended to create unique spices, such as shichimi togarashi. Shichimi togarashi is a popular spice powder, which is sprinkled on traditional Japanese dishes, such as yakitori, miso soups and noodles.

CHILI PEPPER HEALTH FACTS:
Very good source of Vitamin A
Very good source of vitamin C
Very good source of dietary fibre
Good source of iron
Good source of potassium

WAFU® MAYONAIZU®

SPICY MAYO

Spice things up with our creamy spicy mayo. It’s the perfect mayonnaise-style spread for making spicy tuna rolls and adds pizzazz to sushi, seafood, sandwiches, burgers, fries and many of your favorite foods.

Made with high quality ingredients, our spicy mayo contains no colors or artificial flavors, contains no trans fat, is low in cholesterol and saturated fat, is gluten-free and is kosher.


INGREDIENTS: CANOLA OIL, WATER, RICE VINEGAR, SUGAR, CHILI PEPPER, PASTEURIZED FROZEN EGG YOLK, GLUTEN-FREE SOY SAUCE (WATER, SOYBEANS, SALT, ALCOHOL), SESAME OIL, DEHYDRATED EGG YOLK, MODIFIED CORN STARCH, SEA SALT, GARLIC POWDER, GINGER POWDER, LEMON JUICE CONCENTRATE, XANTHAN GUM, NATURAL FLAVORS, CAPSICUM (CHILI) OIL, AND LACTIC ACID, CITRIC ACID, POTASSIUM SORBATE, SODIUM BENZOATE AND CALCIUM DISODIUM EDTA AS PRESERVATIVES.
REFRIGERATE AFTER OPENING. DO NOT FREEZE.


No Colors or Artificial Flavors

0g Trans Fat

Low in Cholesterol and Saturated Fat

Gluten-Free

Kosher


WAFU® MAYONAIZU®

SPICY MAYO

CHILI PEPPER HISTORY: Chili peppers originate in Central and South America, where they are believed to have been one of the first self-pollinating crops. Christopher Columbus was the first European to encounter chili peppers in the Caribbean. Once introduced to Europe, they were grown in the gardens of monasteries, where monks began using them in their culinary creations as a substitute for high-priced black peppercorns. Chili peppers were brought to Japan by Portuguese missionaries in 1542.

CHILI PEPPERS IN JAPANESE CUISINE: Togarashi means “red chili peppers” in Japanese. Togarashi is used primarily as a condiment in Japanese cuisine. Different chili peppers are often blended to create unique spices, such as shichimi togarashi. Shichimi togarashi is a popular spice powder, which is sprinkled on traditional Japanese dishes, such as yakitori, miso soups and noodles.

CHILI PEPPER HEALTH FACTS:
Very good source of Vitamin A
Very good source of vitamin C
Very good source of dietary fibre
Good source of iron
Good source of potassium

NUTRITION FACTS TABLE

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