Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Japan Traditional Foods Announces Availability of Organic MEGUMI NATTO, Fermented Soybeans, in California markets.

"Sebastopol, CA (PRWEB) April 20, 2010 -- Japan Traditional Foods, Inc (JTF), announces launch of USDA organic Megumi NATTO, fermented soybeans, into grocery and natural food stores in California. With introduction arrives a fresh alternative to frozen imports that compromise aroma and flavor. Made in small batches in Sebastopol, CA, Megumi NATTO is first to offer this fresh organic option.

NATTO is a traditional food of Japan, recognized for centuries for its unique health benefits. Fermentation enhances nutrition of soybeans. During fermentation a beneficial bacteria, Bacillus natto, is added to soybeans. This results in production of the enzyme Nattokinase. This enzyme has been found to dissolve blood clots and thin blood. Megumi NATTO is high in protein, good source of dietary fiber, and rich in Vitamin B2 & K2."

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