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JANICE WONG PRESENTS JAPANESE MOONCAKES FOR MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL

This year at Janice Wong Singapore, Mid-Autumn Festival will be celebrated in true Japanese style with the limited-edition Mooncake Box Set, showcasing key ingredients from nine different prefectures in Japan.

The Mooncake Box Set (S$65) is a box of nine specially curated snow-skin mooncakes, inspired by various Japanese ingredients representing its respective prefectures. Having carried out research and development processes since the early part of the year, Janice has personally travelled to the prefectures herself to source out only the highest-quality and most distinctive ingredients to create her unique take on the traditional Chinese festival snack.

The laborious process of creating these mooncakes has finally come to fruition with the unveiling of the Mooncake Box Set. Featuring one-of-a-kind flavours such as kinako (roasted soy flour) from Hokkaido, ume (Asian plum) from Wakayama, hojicha (roasted Japanese green tea) from Kyoto and chestnut from Kumamoto, each mooncake embodies the signature flavour profiles of each prefecture in Japan. (Please refer to the Appendix for a full list of the mooncake flavours available.)

Janice Wong’s affinity with Japan has been a long-standing relationship since early childhood years. It was the quality of the ingredients in Japan that has always been the biggest draw to the country. It only comes naturally, that this year’s Janice Wong mooncakes would showcase the quality and craftsmanship that she has experienced in one of her most loved countries.

The limited-edition Mooncake Box Set will be available for pre-order from 1 July 2019. An early bird discount of 25% will be applied for orders placed between 1 July – 25 August 2019, while larger orders of 30 boxes and above are applicable for a 30% corporate discount. Orders reaching S$300 and above will receive free delivery. You may purchase on Spoonful’s e-shop.

This Mid-Autumn Festival, experience a delightful modern taste of Japan with Janice Wong’s limited edition snow-skin mooncakes.

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