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Soy Sauce Maker Kikkoman Works With Coca-Cola To Create Dashi-Based Beverage

October 11, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
Coca-Cola Japan and Kikkoman have partnered to deliver a ready-to-drink dashi-based beverage served in a can. Dashi is a cooking stock used in Japanese dishes like noodles and the savory pancakes known as okonomiyaki. Go: Good Mmm! Delicious Japanese Dashi is basically a canned serving of dashi, whose recipe was developed by Japanese food manufacturer Kikkoman. It contains bonito, kelp, and flying fish extract to deliver an umami-flavored beverage. The drink, which can be enjoyed hot or at room temperature, will be released with a re-release of its predecessors in the Go: Good line: canned corn potage, shrimp bisque, and minestrone soup drinks. 
"Coca-Cola and Kikkoman team up for canned 'dashi' drink", Japan Today, October 11, 2020, © GPlusMedia Inc.
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