A traditional sushi accompaniment
Sushi ginger or gari is a common accompaniment to all sushi dishes. Sushi ginger is commonly used as a palette cleanser.
Pickled ginger is known for its distinctive pink hue.
Sushi ginger, pink ginger or gari is an essential part of eating sushi. It's a traditional accompaniment that helps cleanse the palate between different sushi.
Sushi ginger is usually eaten before, between or after eating sushi.
According to Japanese tradition, pickled ginger keeps the flavors clean as it cleanses the palette. Marinated ginger is recommended to be eaten when alternating between different types of sushi.
Ingredients: ginger 67%, water, salt, acidifier E260, E330, sweetener: E955, E954, E950, E951, E961, preservative: E202, flavor enhancer: E621, color: E163.
Nutritional information (Typical values per 100g):
Country of origin: China