Unlike with the kurogoma daifuku, this time I remembered to take out my iPhone and snap pics while eating the yomogi daifuku (よもぎ 大福).

From the label:

Yomogi Daifuku (red-bean paste in green mochi)Shirakiku brand of Green Daifuku Red-Bean Cake
Net Weight: 3.7 ounces (105 grams)

CAUTION: This product is chewy in texture. Children (especially under three years of age) and elderly people should be cautious. Please chew thoroughly before swallowing.

The package contains that one piece, which makes one serving.
Nutrition Facts: 271 calories
0.5 grams fat. No saturated or trans fat.
No cholesterol. 50 milligrams of sodium.
60 grams of carbohydrates (20% of DV) — 2g dietary fiber, 60g sugars
4 grams of protein

No vitamin A, vitamin C or iron. Less than 2% of daily calcium needs.

INGREDIENTS: glutinous rice flour, red beans, sugar, water, corn syrup, yomogi, FD&C Yellow #5, Blue #1, citric acid, potassium sorbate, potato starch.

ALLERGY INFORMATION: Processed in a facility that processes peanuts and tree nuts.


UPC bar code: 0 74410 66489 3. ITEM # 66489
Distributed by: Nishimoto Trading Co., Ltd.  13409 Orden Drive, Sante Fe Springs, CA 90670-6336

Price at the Korean grocery HK Super: $0.99

Vocabulary: yomogi = ヨモギ = よもぎ = mugwort = Artemisia indica

Mugwort is traditionally used by the Japanese to give mochi (rice cake) a green color.