Hahaha the worse mochi ever lolol. Kusa Mochi from Donki and it is so hard wts. It is rly just hard and stiff, just look at the 2nd pic???? 😤
3 206 hours ago
Ooooooooòooo JUST LOOK!! Omg this daifuku mochi is just soooooooooooo gooooood?? Like everything is so on point and it tasted kinda like 汤圆 (glutinous rice balls) 😭 I love love love the black sesame!
1 166 hours ago
Today's snack 😋 朝焼みかさ Asayaki Mikasa
A tasty variation of どら焼 dorayaki (two light and sweet castella pancakes wrapped around Azuki red bean paste), Asayaki Mikasa is made with premium ingredients such as Youdo eggs and azuki from Hokkaido. #japanesesnack#japanesesnacks#shofuan#dorayaki#どらやき#松風庵#和菓子
Do we have any Doraemon fans? We have grown up with Doraemon and it is giving us some nostalgia! We have added these delicious snacks to our store! Each snack has a picture of one of Doraemon's inventions and each box comes with an exclusive Doraemon sticker! .
SNACK PACKAGING TREND: Nestle launches paper packaging for snack bars
Global food giant Nestle SA has developed new paper packaging for its YES! snack bars, a technology it hopes to scale up and extend to other confectionery products as it tries to make all its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025.
Environmental concerns are increasingly influencing consumers’ buying decisions, forcing makers of packaged goods to rethink the way they wrap their products.
Nestle has been criticized by environmental group Greenpeace for not eliminating single-use plastics quickly enough. The Swiss company has so far focused on recyclable or reusable packaging and has set up an institute to develop new solutions in this field. “Consumers want to make a change by making a purchasing decision,” Alexander von Maillot, Nestle’s head of confectionery, told reporters on a call on Tuesday.
UCC Beans and Roasters Vanilla Latte
It’s sweet but it’s still a nice dessert drink. I don’t know why it says salty on the label 🤔 I didn’t taste anything salty. Kind of similar to those bottles Starbucks Frappuccinos. 🍡🍡🍡/5
T&T Supermarket, Central Parkway, Mississauga
The last and only time I ate this delicious snack was when I bought it at Cosplay Matsuri 2017. HUHU I'VE BEEN WANTING FOR SOME MORE EVER SINCE!! I even forgot what it's called 😭
Malaysia's June palm oil inventory falls to 11-month low
Malaysia's palm oil inventory shrank for the fourth straight month in June, falling to its lowest level in nearly a year as production fell.
The stockpile in Malaysia, the world's largest palm oil producer after Indonesia, totaled 2.42 million tons in June, easing from 2.45 million tons in May, the Malaysian Palm Oil Board said in a statement. That was the lowest level since July 2018.
Inventory will probably hover around 2 million tons to 2.1 million tons until year-end, said Public Investment Bank's Analyst Chong Hoe Leong. "Second-half is always high production season and if exports do not do well, it will put more pressure on price," he said.
Still, lower levels of palm oil stock would not lift prices if exports continue to slow or demand remains weak, according to BIMB Securities' Analyst Noorhayati Maamor. There is limited upside to prices due to cheaper substitutes, a stronger ringgit and lingering U.S.-China trade tension, she said.
Arigatou (thank you) is the most beautiful words in any language and people feel warm and delight when somebody say it to them 😊 so let’s tell Arigatou or Gochisousama(this is a expression to appreciate for food and cooking after meal) when you leave Japanese restaurant^_^ “Kasanegasane arigatou.”
Kasanegasane means repeatedly, again, or this is just an emphasis of appreciation 😊 so you can say Kasanegasane arigatou! To anyone who often take care of you or when you wanna thank you very much to somebody in Japan.
Japanese people say Itadakimasu before they eat and I also pray to my Heavenly Father to tell him thank you. When finish eating, people say, Gochisosama or Gochisosama deshita to be more formal. The word gochiso refers to a feast and luxurious meal 🥘 . It´s another appreciation for the food and the people who made lots of effort for cooking the meal 👩🍳 🍛 🍵🥢 🍵🍵🍵🍵🍵🍵🍵🍵🍵🍵🍵🍵🍵🍵🍵☕️☕️