Seasoned Rice Vinegar

Roland® | #70525

Available in multiple formats, including a handled jug and a glass bottle with convenient spout for more controlled pouring, Roland® Seasoned Rice Vinegar is sweet and crisp with a mild taste and pale-yellow color. Specially crafted from fermented rice and made with simple ingredients, our Seasoned Rice Vinegar has a 4.5% acidity, making it mellower than traditional vinegars. With the addition of salt and sugar, seasoned rice vinegar lends a sweet and salty tartness to dishes making it a convenient way to boost flavors in any dish. Combine with sesame oil for a quick dipping sauce for dumplings and eggrolls.

Product Information

Brand

Roland®

SKU

70525

Preparation and Cooking Suggestions

Ready to use

Product Category

Oils, Vinegars, and Glazes

Channels

Foodservice, Retail

Product Availability

Ready to Order

Unit Size

16.9 FL. OZ.

Cartons per case

1

Units per case

12

GTIN

10041224705255

UPC

041224705258


Packaging & Warehouse

Case Length (in)

11.75

Case Width (in)

9

Case Height (in)

10.25

Case Net Weight (lb)

13.2

Case Gross Weight (lb)

14.7

Cases Per Pallet

68

Pallet Tie

17

Pallet Hi

4


Product Specs

Ingredients

RICE VINEGAR (DILUTED WITH WATER TO 4.5 % ACIDITY), DEXTROSE, SUGAR, SALT.

Shelf Life Days (Unopened)

1095

Sourced From

China

Actual Color

Amber or Light Reddish-brown

Aroma

Acidic

Texture/Feel

Liquid

Flavor

Harsh, Acidic

Nutrition Facts

Servings per Container

 

About 33


Serving Size

 

1 Tbsp. (15mL)


Calories

 

10


 

Serving

%Daily Value


Total Fat

0g

0%


Saturated Fat

0g

0%


Unsaturated Fat

0g

 


Polyunsaturated Fat

0g

 


Monounsaturated Fat

g

 


Cholesterol

0mg

0%


Sodium

100mg

4%


Total Carbohydrate

2g

1%


Dietary Fiber

0g

0%


Total Sugar

2g

 


Added Sugar

2g

4


Protein

0g

 


Vitamin D

0mcg

0%


Calcium

0mg

0%


Iron

0mg

0%


Potassium

0mg

0%


Vitamin A

0mcg

0%


Vitamin C

0mg

0%



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