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Miso Hatcho Strong Organic, 300g

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Miso Hatcho Strong Organic, 300g

Lima Organic pure soybean paste Hatcho Miso - non-pasteurised -

Produced using natural fermentation during 2 years in cedar barrels.

Miso is a fermented soya paste (sometimes combined with grains), which has been known in the Far East for 1300 years because of its culinary qualities and its beneficial effect on health. Hatcho Miso, which is obtained after an exceptionally long fermentation process, during 24 to 30 months, is a highly nutritional product.

All high-quality Misos are rich in proteins, but Hatcho Miso contains 80 % proteins more and 20 to 25% salt less then Misos made with rice or barley. This unique source of essential amino acids, minerals and vitamins, poor in calories and fat, also has a very high fibre content.

Lima Organic pure soybean paste Hatcho Miso
Usage: Miso is used like a stock cube in all kinds of dishes to enhance their taste : in soups, sauces, bread spreads, vegetable dishes, vinaigrettes, etc. It is sufficient to mix a small quantity in a little water in order to facilitate its use.


SOYA beans* 65%, water, sea salt, BARLEY* flour roasted, A. Oryzae.

*organically grown

Allergens: Soja, Gluten
Nutritional values per
Energy value 1029 kJ / 247 kcal
Total Fat 11.80 g
- Saturated Fat 2.00 g
- of which monounsaturated fat 3.10 g
- of which polyunsaturated fat 6.60 g
Carbohydrates 7.30 g
- of which sugar 0.60 g
Fibre 8.80 g
Protein 23.40 g
Salt 8.75 g


Lima® brand has been promoting healthy food for every time of the day for over 55 years. All Lima® products are quality-guaranteed, vegetarian and 100% organic. In 1974 the strict standards set by Labo Lima® Expert provided the basis for quality control regarding organic food in Europe.

GMO Statement

Organic products are produced without genetic engineering. The use of genetically modified organisms or their derivatives is prohibited in organic farming and processing and contradicts the self-understanding of the organic industry.