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Aloha Shoyu

Aloha Shoyu

Flavors Of Hawai'i

Aloha Shoyu From Hawai’i

Soy sauce was created 2,200 years ago during the Western Han dynasty of ancient China. The liquid condiment is traditionally made from a fermented soybean paste, roasted grain, brine, and kōji mold (Japanese). It contains a strong savory, umami flavor.

The Aloha Shoyu™ Company has survived through competition to become one of today’s market
leaders in Soy Sauce sales in Hawai’i.

Five O’ahu Local Japanese families established a small shoyu (soy sauce) manufacturing plant was established in Kalihi, Hawai’i in 1946.

The name Aloha Shoyu reflects their deeply rooted Hawai’i heritage blended with their Japanese origin. Aloha, a term widely used as a greeting, also signifies important values in the Hawaiian culture, which includes kindness, unity, humility and perseverance. Shoyu, a term widely accepted in Hawai’i originated from Japan and refers to what the rest of the world knows as soy sauce.

Over the years the Aloha Shoyu™ Company’s product line has grown from just soy sauces, to include a variety of island and Asian influenced sauces, marinades, and vinegars meeting the changing and expanding expectations of the consumer.

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