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Naked Natural Foods

Teriyaki - Sesame Ginger

Even with 75% less sodium than regular Teriyaki Sauces there is no compromise on this classic flavour thanks to the organic ingredients and our classic Coconut Aminos used.

Ingredients

Water, Soy Sauce Substitute* (Fermented Coconut Sap, Sea Salt), Rice Vinegar*, Coconut Sugar*, Sesame Oil*, Potato Starch*, Sesame Seeds*, Ginger*, Garlic* Chili Flakes*, Onion*, Xanthan Gum

(Organic*) 

Dietary Features

  • Organic
  • GMO-Free
  • Gluten-Free
  • Soy-Free
  • Low Sodium
  • Low Sugar
  • Paleo
  • Keto
  • Vegan
  • Cruelty-Free

Allergens 

 

Peanuts: Allergen is handled on the same production line at different times

Tree Nuts: Allergen is not handled in the facility

Sesame: Allergen is handled on the same production line at different times

Milk: Allergen is not handled in the facility

Eggs: Allergen is handled in the same facility but is not run on the same production line 

Fish: Allergen is handled on the same production line at different times

Shellfish: Allergen is handled on the same production line at different times

Soy: Allergen is handled on the same production line at different times

Wheat: Allergen is handled on the same production line at different times

Gluten: Allergen is handled on the same production line at different times

Sulphites: Allergen is handled on the same production line at different times

Mustard: Allergen is handled on the same production line at different times

Lentils: Allergen is not handled in the facility

Legumes: Allergen is not handled in the facility

Peas: Allergen is not handled in the facility

Corn: Allergen is handled on the same production line at different times

Potato: Allergen is not handled in the facility

Storage and Packaging

All bottles are packaged in glass.

When unopened, the sauces can be stored out of the fridge and every bottle has a best before date, refer to that number.

When opened, the sauces should be stored in the fridge. The open sauces can last a few months in the fridge.

If you are ever worried about spoilage, check the sauces for fermentation. To check for fermentation, open the bottle and smell it. If the open sauce bottle smells strongly of alcohol or vinegar, please do not use the sauce.

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