Famers carefully grow vegetables as if they were in contact with their children and grandchildren.Inheriting that thought, we process them so that we can maximize the goodness of vegetables with our technical capabilities.We hope that those who eat our products will appreciate the effort and goodness.In addition, we hope that we can deliver vegetables grown in the wonderful land of Oita prefecture to many people thorough our products.Our products are filled with such passion.
“VEGEMARI” powder comes in 7 types
“VEGEMARI” powder comes in 6 types: carrot, pumpkin, pimento, spinach, lotus root, burdock and red beet.
This product is made of high-quality seasonal vegetables harvested at their peak right here in Oita. Since this powder is made using low-temperature drying technology and water-cooled stone mills, we maintain the vegetablesʼ bright colors, fresh flavors and rich nutrients.
This powder is perfect for smoothies, soups or baking.
The benefits of vegetable powder
benefit / 01A little bit of powder = A lot of vegetable
VEGEMARI powder condenses raw vegetables to about 1/10 of their mass. For example, if you eat a spoonful of spinach, thatʼs like eating an entire bunch!
benefit / 02Time savings! Long-term storage!
Preparing vegetables takes time. With vegetable powder, you can skip the washing, cutting, boiling, etc. In addition, vegetable powder has a shelf life a year longer than raw vegetables.
benefit / 03Quick digestion and absorption!
Vegetable powder is easier for your body to digest and absorb because its ingredients have been ground into fine particles.
Our products are made under the highest hygiene standards at our warehouse. We use only the freshest vegetables and fruits, rigorously selected by human eyes and hands. The vegetables and fruits are thoroughly sterilized and washed with electrolyzed water.
Then we eliminate any foreign substances with the aid of metal detectors and visual inspections.
The origin of the name ‘’VEGEMARI’’
The “MARI” in VEGEMARI has two meanings. One is “marriage”, referring to the connection between farmers and consumers. The other meaning comes from the Japanese game “temari”. In temari, you have to keep the ball aloft by passing it around. In the same way, we hope anyone who buys our product would introduce it to their family and friends, and just like playing temari, these “passes” continue from Oita prefecture, to areas outside the prefecture, and eventually overseas.