Frequently Asked Questions
Due to Chinese dumpling problem About the certificate of our product
January 30, 2008 Organophosphorus from Chinese dumplings announced by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare Following the report that the phosphorus-based insecticide methamidophos was detected, there is no problem with residual pesticides (including methamidophos) for our products below.
In addition, although the seasoning is done at the Chinese factory, we regularly analyze the residual pesticides at the Chinese factory and Japan. It has not been pointed out by the Chinese export control company last year.
Dried plums and candy products are made from Taiwan, and no residual pesticides are detected.
- Dried plum seeds available [Amaume Ichiban] (Taiwanese)
- No seeds (Chinese)
- Suppaiman Plum Candy (Taiwanese)
Suppaiman and Amaume Ichiban are the same products?
Same product. Since the name value of Suppaiman is too strong in the world, we decided to make all of the dried plums into the Suppaiman series, and to make Suppaiman's sweet plum first and plum candy.
Chinese dried plums contain carcinogens such as saccharin and cyclamate. I've heard that there is no such problem with Suppaiman?
All of our products do not contain any saccharin or cyclamate.
More than 20 years ago, dried plums from China became popular in Okinawa, but it was found that they contained carcinogens.
Therefore, "Suppaiman's Amaume Ichiban" was the first in Japan to produce "safer and more delicious dried umeboshi".
There is a label as aspartame/L-phenylalanine compound. It is displayed on various products, is that okay?
Aspartame is made from two amino acids (mainly vegetables, which are the components of the proteins aspartic acid and phenylalanine). It is a low-calorie sweetener that is produced and dried by combining these with meat, milk, eggs, fish, soybeans, etc.).
Safety has been recognized in extensive and detailed tests by the Japan Food Sanitation Research Council, the FDA in the United States, and the JECFA in the United Nations, and has been recognized in more than 120 countries including Japan, Canada, the United Kingdom, and France.
Can I sell by mail order?
White powder is attached. What is it?
The white powder is not mold because the sweetener of Suppaiman is solidified when it dries. Please enjoy with confidence.