Job's Tears by Green Farm, 17.6 oz (500 g)

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SKU TW-572

Job's Tears are also called adlay millet, Chinese barley, or hatomugi and are an ancient grain variety. This grain is oftentimes mixed with congee or rice, added into soup, or made into a caffeine free tea. Rizen Foods In 1973, Mr. Liu Qingtang, chairman of Rizen Foods, had just retired from the army. After a period of time, he marked a meeting of 50,000 yuan and invited his brother and sister to be a street vendor selling pickles in the vegetable market.
Because Mr. Liu Qingtang had no personal background in peddling vegetables, the stalls were taken away by people with background. After feeling dejected, Mr. Liu went back to my home to do a small package business. I wrapped the product and asked the business to take the goods and asked the store to sell it. The history of the small package of Rizheng Food began here.
Since the founding of the company, Mr. Liu Qingtang has always felt that doing business must be done properly and lasting. Because of this, he will use the name "Rizheng" as the company name.

  • Ingredient: Coix Seed
  • Product Weight: 500.0 g (17.6 oz)
  • Country of Origin: Taiwan

Job's Tears are also called adlay millet, Chinese barley, or hatomugi and are an ancient grain variety. This grain is oftentimes mixed with congee or rice, added into soup, or made into a caffeine free tea. Rizen Foods In 1973, Mr. Liu Qingtang, chairman of Rizen Foods, had just retired from the army. After a period of time, he marked a meeting of 50,000 yuan and invited his brother and sister to be a street vendor selling pickles in the vegetable market.
Because Mr. Liu Qingtang had no personal background in peddling vegetables, the stalls were taken away by people with background. After feeling dejected, Mr. Liu went back to my home to do a small package business. I wrapped the product and asked the business to take the goods and asked the store to sell it. The history of the small package of Rizheng Food began here.
Since the founding of the company, Mr. Liu Qingtang has always felt that doing business must be done properly and lasting. Because of this, he will use the name "Rizheng" as the company name.

  • Ingredient: Coix Seed
  • Product Weight: 500.0 g (17.6 oz)
  • Country of Origin: Taiwan
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