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Product Spotlight: Zing Anything Citrus Zinger

 

 

When life gives you lemons, give it the Citrus Zinger. It's so simple, so easy, and so tasty. Designed specifically for citrus fruits, Zing away with lemons, limes, clementines, and more.

The Citrus Zinger offers an easy way to extract juice and flavor from citrus fruits and infuse them directly into your water bottle. Creating delicious lemonades, limeades, and orangeades, the Citrus Zinger flavor infuser is great for the active, on-the-go water drinker. Take it to yoga, the office, and around town. Enrich your water with vitamin C and flavonoids, and let the Citrus Zinger take you to that sunny, perfect day you long for, every day.

 

USING CITRUS ZINGER

Simply unscrew the bottom cup of the Zinger, flip the vessel on the top cap, and press a citrus half into the reamer. Screw back on the bottom lid, add water through the cap opening, shake and enjoy.

 

FEATURES

• finger hole provided for easy carrying
• easy to add ice via the bottom opening
• easy to clean, removable citrus press
• reusable
• 28oz bottle
• BPA/Halogen/EA and Phthalates free
• Designed in the USA
• Made in the USA Tritan™ material
• Made in Taiwan

 

 

About the company:

The Zing Anything product line and technology is designed with the purpose of extracting the essence of all natural ingredients and allowing these flavors to infuse directly into a liquid of choice. Flavor, aroma, hue, plus the added vitamin, minerals, and nutrients all infuse naturally when using fresh ingredients like fruits/vegetables in the Zing Anything product line of water bottles and salad dressing makers. Read More

 

 

 

Company: Zing Anything, LLC
Brand: Zing Anything
Origin: USA
Category: Flavor Infuser
Packaging: 28 oz bottle
Claims: easy carrying, easy way to extract juice and flavor
Variants: View Range Here
Price: $16.99
Where to Buy: Buy Online
Website: zinganything.com

 

 

 

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Packaging Spotlight: Fomosazza Sauce

 

 

Designed by
Yu-Heng Lin
Taipei, Taiwan

 

 

Brief

About
Our brand's name coebines Formosa and Sazza.
Say that we provide the delicacy from Taiwan.

Overview
As the proverb goes “Where there is mountains and water, there will be Chinese people”; where there are Chinese people, there will be Fomosazza brand barbecue sauce. Therefore the importance of the Fomosazza brand barbecue sauce in Chinese seasoning is evident; Therefore, we have actively developed the export market, making Fomosazza brand synonymous with Home Delicacies is one of the future development directions of our firm .


Philosophy

Through the food and spacial favor let more people know : What is Taiwan.
Sazza souce is a kind of unique barbeque sauce.The main ingridients are dry fishes and dry shrimps.It has deep favor.To let more people accept this special favor , we offer the new product-Light Favor Sazza Sauce.Let customer can use this sauce in new way and have the whole new exotic experience.

 

 

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Alcohol Spotlight: Hello Kitty Beer Launches in Asia Targeting Women

 

The fruit-flavored beverages sold in China and Taiwan have half the alcohol content of Budweiser.

Hello Kitty has her own hospital, airliners and cafes, so it was only a matter of time before she got her own brew.

The beloved bow-wearing Sanrio mascot now has a line of fruity beers in Taiwan and China. Brewed by Taiwan Tsing Beer Company, the beverages come in flavors like banana, peach, lemon-lime and passion fruit.

"They're so ridiculously smooth and tasty that one can barely tell they're drinking beer," Beijing-based blogger Eric Jou wrote for Kotaku. "It's almost like drinking fruit juice, even if the cans do say beer."

However, don't be fooled by the cute cans and sweet-tasting drinks — they still contain some alcohol. The alcohol content ranges from 2.3% to 2.8%, which is about half the alcohol content of Budweiser.

Continue Reading @ DailyNews

 

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Packaging Spotlight: Guru Teas

New Branding and Packaging Design for a Taiwan based beverages company called Guru. The fresh break of the day, a delicious drink made with the best tea and fruit combination.

Designed by
Mara Rodríguez
Gijon, Spain

 

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Product Spotlight: Sweet Touch Taiwan Fruit Beer

A refreshing quencher, a heavenly combination of the goodness from natural fruit juices and beer. Savour the taste of sweet romance without the prickliness and bitterness commonly found in beer.

About:

Taiwan Beer was only introduced to Singapore late last year, it has enjoyed 66 golden years in Taiwan. Launched in Taiwan in 1946, this amber lager stands out with its own signature flavour that comes from ‘Ponlai Rice’, also known as Formosa Rice. In 1998, Taiwan Beer clinched the status of Gold Medal beer in the Monde Selection and has upheld this title ever since. The liquid gold has a mild taste even the ladies would approve of.

To add variety, Taiwan Beer came up with two tropical flavours: Mango and Pineapple. Though the drinks are largely dominated by their respective flavours, the hint of lager makes them a little more manly.

The lastest line up of beer that was introduced is the Sweet Touch Fruit Beers. Launched in selected supermarkets and also in BeerFest 2012, these buds are set to win the hearts of women.

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McDonald’s Taiwan Rolls Out New Rice McWraps

McDonald’s Taiwan recently tweaked the classic McWrap and added some local flavor into the mix. The new “Rice McWrap” features rice from nearby Tainan, a city in southern Taiwan, mixed with either chicken or beef, sauce and vegetables. The texture of the rice has a tender, “al dente-like chew” to it, with mushrooms and sesame oil added for a boost.

The chicken version includes a fried chicken patty, sliced cucumbers, greens and a sweet and hot sauce. The beef version features an Australian ground beef patty, greens, seasoned rice, sliced beefsteak tomatoes and barbecue sauce to seal the deal.

Both wraps come in at 470 and 460 calories, respectively, and cost $99 NT ($3.32 US). This is one of the few times I wish I lived in a different country — it’s awesome seeing Mickey D’s bring in some local ingredients.

Full Article @ FoodBeast

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grassjelly

Product Spotlight: Polar Grass Jelly Drink

Summary

Field offers a range of uniquely Asian drinks, one of which is their Polar Grass Jelly line. Grass jelly, or leaf jelly, is a jelly-like dessert found in China, Hong Kong, Macau, Southeast Asia and Taiwan . It is sold in cans or packets in Asian supermarkets.

Grass jelly is made by boiling the aged and slightly oxidized stalks and leaves of Mesona chinensis (member of the mint family) with potassium carbonate for several hours with a little starch and then cooling the liquid to a jelly-like consistency.  This jelly can be cut into cubes or other forms, and then mixed with syrup to produce a drink or dessert thought to have cooling (yin) properties, which makes it typically consumed during hot weather. The jelly itself has a slight bitter taste, a light iodine lavender flavor, and is a translucent black.

 

Company: Field
Brand: Polar Grass Jelly
Slogan: Body Quencher
Category: Drinks
Origin: Singapore
Packaging: 500ml Bottle
Claims: With Chunky Jelly Cube, No Preservatives, No Coloring
Website: field.com.sg

 

 

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The World’s First Official Barbie Cafe in Taiwan

The world's first officially official, Mattel-sanctioned Barbie Cafe has opened in Taiwan, and wow is it ever pink. It is so pink the crustless tea sandwiches have little pink flags sticking out of them. It is so pink the waitresses wear pink tutus. It is so pink the chairs wear pink tutus.

A Mattel rep told the AFP they chose Taiwan "because theme restaurants are very popular and successful here." Also, apparently Barbies were originally manufactured in Taiwan until the 1980s, when production moved to China.

Continue Reading @ Eater

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