New NAKANO Seasoned Rice Vinegars

Mizkan America is pleased to introduce new labels for NAKANO Seasoned Rice Vinegars. The same great NAKANO flavors you love will be found on store shelves with new labels very soon. Visit our Products & Flavors page for a preview of the fresh, new labels.

World Harbors Adventures in Flavor Sweepstakes

Congratulations to Milena Warns from New York City for winning the World Harbors Adventures in Flavor Sweepstakes. Milena and one lucky guest will experience island flavors first-hand as they cruise the Caribbean this winter!

Be sure to check out all of our brand pages on Facebook and stay tuned for exciting new sweepstakes and giveaways!

100 Simple Things You Can Do To Prevent Alzheimer’s And Age-Related Memory Loss

According to researchers, there is evidence that vinegar sinks risk factors that may lead to memory decline and dementia — namely, high blood sugar, insulin resistance, diabetes and prediabetes, and weight gain. While vinegar does not confront Alzheimer’s directly, studies at Arizona State University have found that vinegar can curb appetite and food intake, helping prevent weight gain and obesity. Swedish investigators agree. In one study, downing two or three tablespoons of vinegar with white bread cut expected rises in insulin and blood sugar by about 25 percent. Pour on the vinegar — add it to salad dressings, eat it by the spoonful, even mix it into a glass of drinking water. Any type of vinegar works because it’s the acidity that counts. — Source: AOL Health and “100 SIMPLE THINGS YOU CAN DO TO PREVENT ALZHEIMER’S AND AGE-RELATED MEMORY LOSS” by Jean Carper.
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Cooking Club of America Seal of Approval

Nakano has been awarded the Cooking Club of America Seal of Approval. The club recently conducted product testing of Nakano Seasoned Rice Vinegar with its members.

Club members gave Nakano an approval rating of 94%!! This product review will be featured in the upcoming August/September issue of Cooking Club magazine and in the member tested section of the website.

For those of you not familiar with the Cooking Club of America, they have a membership of 500,000 passionate and enthusiastic cooks.


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