Hokkaido Makedetsu town has been making beans with agrochemicals / chemical fertilizers for more than 30 years.
It is a pesticide-free quail bean produced in Hokkaido that has grown carefully.
Since it is harvesting since quail beans have fully ripe,
It absorbs plenty of nutrition and it has a high-quality umami and flavor.
Commitment of Hokkaido non-pesticide quail bean producers
This hand-bred bean has been carefully raised to stick to non-pesticide-free chemical fertilizers.
Because we do not use pesticide, it takes a lot of trouble to take weeds.
I work with 100-150 part-time people every year. Moreover, it is also characterized by sticking to "naturally dry" quail beans.
Most of the beans that are generally distributed are those that have been heated and dried by machine.
At the farm, in a period of about two to three weeks using a cold north wind blowing through the Tokachi plain,
Dry the beans.
Nowadays quail bean farmers doing such old-fashioned naturally drying are only a few.
By sticking to natural drying, we are able to protect the delicate flavor of hand-brewed beans. 【Manufacturing process】
Mid-May to early June seeding → early June to mid August weeding · management → harvest in early October → sun drying)
Hokkaido non-pesticide quail beans Remarks
· Product name: pesticide-free quail bean
· Place of Origin: Hokkaido Makubetsu-cho
· Contents: 200 g
- Expiration date: About 8 months