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March 10, 2016

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Crunchy Rice Rolls

by Anne Paddock

Jayone Foods, Inc. – a California-based company – has been supplying high quality Korean food products to the general public since 2000. Although the company offers more than 700 food products including tofu, noodles, grains, sauces, seasonings, kimchi, seaweed, dumplings, drinks, and snack foods, two of the most popular new products are the Crunchy Rice Rolls: crispy popped rice rolls lightly sweetened with natural cane juice, rice syrup, and agar.

  • Brown Rice and White Sushi Rice Crunchy Rice Rolls: made with brown rice, white sushi rice, natural cane juice, rice syrup, and agar.
  • Black Pearl Rice and White Sushi Rice Crunchy Rice Rolls:  made with Black Pearl Rice, white sushi rice, natural cane juice, rice syrup, and agar.Crunchy_Rice_Rolls

Each roll is about 5 inches long and about 1 inch wide.  Weighing in at just 12.5 grams each (about a half ounce), each Crunchy Rice Roll has 45 calories, 10 mg of sodium, and 2 grams of sugar.

A traditional Korean snack, the rolls are a sweet treat as is but are especially delicious dipped in the nut butter of your choice or covered in melted dark chocolate that is allowed to harden, as illustrated below.Chocolate-Covered_Crunchy_Rice_Rolls

Crunchy Rice Rolls by Jayone Foods, Inc. cost approximately $3 for a 3.5 ounce bag that contains 8 sticks.  For more information on Crunchy Rice Rolls and other products, see the company website:  www.jayone.com.  The rolls can be purchased in grocery stores nationwide including Publix, Walmart, Sprouts, and JFC (click here for the product locator), usually in the aisle with Chinese and/or Korean foods. Or, purchase on-line at www.jet.com.

2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Mar 10 2016

    SO dope ❤ Love, Anna xx

  2. Mar 10 2016

    Thanks, Anna.

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