What is Mie Brand?
In 2002, Mie Prefecture created the “Mie Brand” where local and processed products, as well as their farmers considering the features of each region, have been certified by their excellence in quality and are promoted nationwide. As far as March 2017, 17 products and 38 farmers have been certified as Mie Brand.
List of products certified as Mie Brand
Shinjyu (pearls), Matsusaka-gyu (Matsusaka beef), Ise-ebi (lobster), Matoya-kaki (oyster from Matoya seashore), Awabi (abalone), Ise-cha (green tea from Ise), Hijiki (type of seaweed), Hinoki (cypress), Nank iMikan (tangerine from Nanki), Anori-fugu (puffer fish Anori), Iga-yaki (pottery from Iga), Iga-gyu (Iga beef), Kumano-jidori (poultry meat from Kumano), YokkaichiBanko-yaki (Yokkaichi Banko pottery ), Iwa-gaki (oyster from rocky ground), Kuwana no Hamaguri (clam from Kuwana), Ise Takuan (pickled turnip from Ise).
“Kuwana no Hamaguri” and “Ise Takuan” are the newest certified products.
The “Kuwana no Hamaguri” from the Akasuka Fishery Cooperative Association and the “Ise Takuan” from the food company Ise Iwao have been certified as products of Mie Brand, totaling 2 products and 2 farmers.
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