Green Tea Powder Kakegawa

[Product Description]

Product Name Kakegawa powdered tea
Kakegawa tea powder
International Product Name Kakegawa tea powder
Raw Material Tea Leaves (Shizuoka Prefecture’s Tea)
Origin Shizuoka Prefecture
General Bacterial Count 10,000 CFU/g or less
Coliform bacteria Negative
Packing 5kg×4PCS
Item Description The famous green tea Kakegawa with its beautiful green color and great taste has been made into powder.
The green tea powder could be the signature product for Kakegawa City in particular and Shizuoka Prefecture in general.

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