Traditional Korean Snacks

[INQ. NO. 2003C21] Byeolttang Hangwa Daily Nuts are traditional Korean homemade Gangjeong (fried glutinous rice crackers with sesame or beans) made by using patented technology with fresh and domestically produced ingredients such as pine nuts and agricultural products from Hongcheon-gun, Korea.
Unlike other sugar-filled gangjungs that are too large to bite, causing the pieces to fall to the floor, Byeolttang Hangwa is made by hand without the use of machines and cut into pieces individually in the most convenient size for consumers to eat. It does not stick to the teeth, and the soft and crunchy texture enables children of the growing season and those with weak teeth to eat it in a mouthful.

Rich in unsaturated fatty acids, and high in magnesium and minerals, pine nuts are great for students who overburden their brains. Black beans are rich in nutrients such as linoleic acid, saponin, lecithin, and protein to help menopause, while perilla is rich in omega-3, vitamin E and vitamin F, which is good for women’s health and beauty.
Byeolttang Hangwa was awarded the Seoul Award as an Excellence Product, selected as a Best Companies to Work for Women, and obtained Agricultural Products Certification by Gangwon-do, Korea. | Blog Magazine of Korean products, brands and Goods

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