Do you know how soy sauce was developed centuries ago? Find out more!
Click here to discover the differences between Japanese and Chinese soy sauce, and between naturally brewed and chemically produced soy sauce!
Discover the unique features of Kikkoman Naturally Brewed Soy Sauce so that you can make an informed choice of seasoning!
Would you like to know how Kikkoman Soy Sauce is brewed? Read on to discover how our production process works!
Our Naturally Brewed Soy Sauce is free from all artificial additives but full of flavour and umami! Kikkoman loves to keep things natural.
The four carefully selected ingredients used to make Kikkoman Soy Sauce are water, soybeans, wheat and salt. They're all completely natural and guaranteed GMO-free!
Substitute salt with Kikkoman Naturally Brewed Soy Sauce in all kinds of dishes to significantly reduce your salt intake. Click here to see how!
The Kikkoman Soy Sauce dispenser bottle is the proof of the quality of our sauce. Click here to find out more about our dispenser!
Kikkoman’s roots are in Noda, Japan. In the early 1970s Kikkoman began expanding its production and distribution networks around the globe. Read more of our success story!
Test the difference between Kikkoman Naturally Brewed Soy Sauces and others – you can see, smell, feel and taste it!
Learn how to read product labels properly. The labels on our bottles contain important information that you need to know when you’re selecting a sauce
Get our tips on the ideal quantity of Kikkoman Soy Sauce to use here! It is easier than you think.
Helpful advice on how to store your Kikkoman Soy Sauce after opening it. Click here to find out how to preserve the delicious flavour for as long as possible.
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