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San-J Tamari Gluten-Free Soy Sauce

San-J Tamari Soy Sauce is made with 100% soy and no wheat for a richer, smoother taste and naturally brewed for up to six months with no artificial preservatives or MSG added. It is certified gluten-free, kosher and Non-GMO Project verified.

San-J Tamari Gluten-Free Soy Sauce In response to customer requests, our Organic Gluten Free Tamari also comes in a Travel Pack for gluten-free on the go. Also try our other gluten-free products; Asian Cooking Sauces, Salad Dressings and Brown Rice Crackers.

San-J is a brewer of premium Tamari Soy Sauce.  Since 1804, our Tamari brewing mastery has been passed down through generations. San-J president, Takashi Sato, is an eighth-generation member of the founding family- faithfully following the exacting standards for brewing the finest Tamari in America. San-J has been a trusted soy sauce brand in the natural market and we are proud to be the only certified gluten-free soy sauce manufacturer in the U.S.A. 

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All of San-J gluten free products are certified gluten free by the Gluten Free Certification Organization.  We fully understand the sensitive nature that exists for those who suffer from gluten intolerance or celiac disease. Not only do we test each batch of our gluten-free products for the presence of gluten, but samples are periodically sent to an outside laboratory as means of confirming the reliability of our tests. Although the FDA has not finalized a definition or threshold for the term “gluten free,” it has proposed a standard for the presence of gluten as less than 20 ppm.  San-J tests all gluten-free products at less than 5 ppm.  (Currently, there are no reliable tests for less than 1 ppm of gluten.)

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scQue814
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11 Apr 2012 1:02:39 AM PST
Our grocery stores in central-PA recently STOPPED carrying San-J gluten-free tamari, only to replace them with lesser quality brands--which are more expensive and only available in smaller sizes!

One thing folks with gluten-intolerance look for is LARGE bottles: we're COOKING WITH IT, not just drizzling it on sashimi! Please bring 16-oz and 32-oz bottles to Pennsylvania!

 
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29 Jun 2014 1:25:32 AM PST
Publix carries the San-J Tamari soy sauce. It's located in the ethnic aisle.




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