- Mild sweetness derived from natural ingredients such as rice syrup and beet sugar.
- Unique, rich taste created from rice syrup, roasted barley, and coconut milk.
- No allergens, such as milk and eggs, or animal ingredients are used.
- Natural biscuits made with fermented foods such as rice syrup, brown rice amazake (sweet fermented rice drink), and salted rice malt.
- The recipe was developed in collaboration with Yuka Kokon, a researcher of natural foods.
Wheat Flour (100% wheat made in Hokkaido), Shortening, Beet Sugar, Barley Flour, Rice Syrup, Wheat Starch, Coconut Milk, Brown Rice Amazake, Salt Koji, Salt／ Leavening Agent
ALLERGENS (if applicable)
6.29" x 7.87" x 1.49", 4.86 oz
10 months, room temp
Established in 1918, Hokuriku Confectionery (hokka) is a manufacture located in Kanazawa-city, Ishikawa prefecture in Japan, specializing in production of biscuits, snacks, rice crackers and hardtack. hokka began its history with a rice cracker factory named Nippon Arare, started to produce biscuits from the year of 1952 with the new company name Hokuriku Confectionery, and then supplied hardtack during the world war. After the war, hokka is known as a company contributing to Japanese people's well-being by its products familiar to people from children to the elderly in Japan. Nowadays hokka, based on its craftsmanship that holds good in ages, wishes to bring happy smiles and delicious snacks to the world. Currently, hokka exports to China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar, the USA, Australia and so on.