Grown in Korea, Perfect for Garnish
[Chung-O] Sesame Seeds
Chung-O Sesame Seeds are 100% grown in Korea.
This is not the case for large food brands in Korea. If you read their labels, you'll see that their sesame seeds are imported in bulk from countries like India and China. This keeps their prices low. But Chung-O is a regional producer that prides itself on Korea-grown, organic farming. They were actually the first company in Korea to receive official recognition by the government as an organic farm.
These sesame seeds are firm, round - not flat and dry - and packed with nutty flavor. During processing, Chung-O washes the sesame seeds a total of 3 times to get rid of any impurities or debris. The seeds are then toasted to bring out their natural nutty flavor.
Use these sesame seeds to garnish your well-made Korean dishes.
- 100% grown in Korea
- Sesame Seeds are washed 3x - extra-clean seeds
- Seeds are full and round - not flat and dry
- Size is 110g (Choose Regular or Black Sesame Seeds)
Sesame Seeds 100%
Expiration period: 1 year
Before opening, store in a cool, dry area
After opening, store in a cool, dry area
What to Make
Use it to garnish dishes
About the Brand
Chung-O is a regional producer that specializes in organic products. They were the first company in Korea to receive official recognition as an organic producer.
Black Sesame Seeds?
Black sesame seeds are used in Korean cuisine to garnish white or light- colored dishes - like rice and banchan. They have a slightly stronger and nuttier taste than their white counterparts.
Where does the color come from? White sesame seeds are sold with their brownish hulls removed, revealing the beige seeds within. Black sesame seeds are sold with their dark hulls still intact - giving them their distinct black color.
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About The Brand
Chung-O is a regional producer that specializes in organic grain products. They were the first company in Korea to receive official recognition as an organic producer of grains. In 2007, they also received recognition from the International Federation of Organic Agricultural Movement (IFOAM) as an organic producer.