IQF Edamame In Pods

Edamame is a Japanese word for young soybeans that roughly translates to "stem beans," presumably due to the fact that they were once sold with the stems still attached.
Sushi bars and a variety of Chinese and Japanese restaurants sell edamame. It's sold largely in the frozen vegetable section of most major supermarkets in the United States.
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Product Name:

  • Frozen Edamame
  • IQF Edamame
  • Frozen Soy Beans
  • IQF Soy Beans
  • Frozen Soya Beans
  • IQF Soya Beans
  • Frozen Edamame Soy Beans
  • IQF Edamame Soy Beans
  • Frozen Green Soy Beans
  • IQF Green Soy Beans
  • Frozen Green Soya Beans
  • IQF Green Soya Beans

Variety:

Taiwan 75 (No. 3), Dabandou, Daqingdou, 604, Green Emerald, etc.

Size:

  • 140-160pcs/500g 
  • depending on the weather

Packing:

  • 20X500g
  • 30X400g
  • 40X300g/CTN
  • 4X2500g/CTN
  • 20x450g/ctn
  • 20x454g/ctn
  • 1x30lbs
  • 1x20lbs
  • 10X2.2lbs/CTN
  • 20x16oz/CTN
  • 580kgs/TOTE (Slip Sheet) 
  • Or as per the clients' requirements.

Origin:

Fujian, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Shandong Provinces

Season:

  • Spring Crop: May - July
  • Autumn Crop: September - October

Certificates:

SEDEX, BRC, HACCP, KOSHER, ISO,HALAL certificates.

Successfully exported countries:

Japan, EU, North America, South America, Israel, S. Korea, Southeast Asia, Russia, etc.

Lead Time:

About 2 weeks.

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