- The first reduced salt content tamari on the market, a key addition to the Lima range of soy sauces
- The 25% less salt tamari responds to widespread consumer demand for products of this kind
- Consumers wish to reduce their consumption of salt further, while keeping the flavour of Tamari
- The human body benefits from moderate salt consumption, but excessive consumption has the opposite effect*
- Salt is a mineral which is naturally present in the human body, and it is vital that our diet provides it
- Tamari is an invaluable condiment, widely used in healthy cooking, due to its richness and complex flavours
- Just like Lima’s classic Tamari, the “25% less salt Tamari” is gluten-free
- The soy used is guaranteed GMO-free
- 100% organic
Tamari* (Soy*, Water,Sea Salt, A.oryzae)
* biological cultivation
present : +
Yeast extract -
Synth. Colours -
+ Allergen is present in the product
- Allergen is absent in the product
-0 The product may contain traces of the allergen
-3 Gluten < 20ppm
Other nuts -
g/100ml Serving 5ml % RI* RI*
Energy (kJ) 405 20
Energy (kcal) 96 5 0.24 2000
FATS 0.01 0.00 0.00 70g
> of which satures 0.00 0.00 0.00 20g
> monounsaturated 0.00 0.00
> polyunsaturated 0.00 0.00
CARBOHYDRATES 5.30 0.27 0.10 260g
> of which sugars 1.70 0.09 0.09 90g
FIBRE 0.90 0.05 0.18 25g
PROTEIN 12.10 0.61 1.21 50g
SALT 10.30 0.52 8.58 6g
*GDA = Guideline Daily Amount for an adult based on an average daily diet of 2000 kcal. The nutritional needs of individuals may be higher or lower, based on gender, age, level of physical activity and other factors.
Nutritional values as a %
Tamari can be used for cooking as well as a condiment at table. It can be used to bring out the taste of meat, poultry and fi sh stews, pasta broths, soups, sautéed vegetables, salad dressings, marinades or when making stir-fry dishes. It combines well with rice vinegar, garlic, ginger and mustard.
As per EC legislation 1924/2006Low fat Fat freeLow saturated fatsSaturated fats freeLow sugarsSource of proteinRich in proteinSource of Iron
In 1957, Pierre Gevaert befriended George Ohsawa, founder of the macrobiotic diet.
Back then, very few people bothered to question the food on their plate.
But Pierre was an exception and he made the decision to promote a healthy diet that respects the Yin and Yang concept of balance.
This is because a healthy diet, combined with proper eating habits and a healthy lifestyle, is a major factor in determining your quality of life.
And with that, Lima® brand was born in 1957 and was named after George’s wife, Lima® Ohsawa. One year later, Lima® brand baked its first sourdough breads, and introduced rice cakes, whole-grain cereal flakes, miso and tamari products.
All these products are prepared with care and respect for nature and the environment. Lima® food products are good for people, good for the planet, and a true delight for the taste buds.