CLEA11258 Clearspring

Clearspring Shiso Condiment - 50g

  • Clearspring Shiso Condiment is a healthier alternative to table salt, as it adds lots of minerals to your food along with its salty taste
  • Good with grains and salads
  • Rich in iron


Product Description

  • Its zesty, tart and salty flavour is especially good with grains and salads
  • Made from iron-rich shiso (perilla herb) leaves, Clearspring Shiso Condiment is made with fresh shiso leaves that are first pickled with umeboshi then sun-dried and powdered
  • Shiso condiment, known as "shiso momiji" in Japan, helps the body to maintain an alkaline condition, keeping you balanced


Red shiso leaves (perilla), umeboshi juice (Japanese plums and sea salt)


Clearspring Brand Promise: Organic/premium quality Japanese and European foods skillfully prepared by artisan and professional producers. Prepared according to authentic, traditional recipes and our own original recipes developed for present day market needs. 100% vegetarian/vegan foods and ingredients. Wholesome, easy-to-prepare, great tasting daily foods for optimum nutrition. No artificial additives, MSG, colourings, preservatives or refined sugars. Ethically sourced foods which support producer communities. Made using environmentally sustainable and non-GM ingredients. Good foods to be enjoyed globally.

About Brand

The Clearspring goal is to get organic food back on the dining table, so that you can enjoy the same quality of foods as your grandparents did. By developing the demand for organic foods and encouraging the cultivation of organic crops by farmers today, we can ensure that your grandchildren, too, can enjoy the great taste of good food.? You will find that each of our food products has a distinct flavour and quality that comes from using the finest quality ingredients and respecting local food traditions.

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£0.34 credit back reward with this item.

Expected Despatch By 31/10/2016

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