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  • What are Sangil food products?

    Our Sangil food products can be found on the product menu on the homepage. For more information, please contact the Consumer Counseling Office (080-550-1550) or the Sangil Food representative (02-578-4600).

  • Where do you usually buy the product?

    It can be purchased at major discount stores nationwide, convenience stores, highway rest areas, and department stores, and is also available in regular neighborhood supermarkets..

    However, there may be some differences in the composition of products by region and distribution route.

  • I want to be delivered on a regular basis. What should I do?

    If you would like to contact us, please contact us at (02-529-3780)..

  • How long is the shelf life of each product?

    There is a difference in the shelf life of each product. Generally, the expiration date is displayed based on the date of manufacture. For example, if the snack is marked as December 31, 2008, the product will be produced on July 1, 2008. Snacks: 6 months, biscuits: 12 months, candies: 12 months

  • Is organic rice biscuits organic?

    According to the Food Sanitation Law, 95% of the raw materials can be labeled as organic products when organic products are used. However, our organic rice biscuits are not organic products because only 60% of the organic rice biscuits and 15% of the organic sugar are used.

  • What is the collagen in the vegetable cracker?

    Collagen is a high protein low calorie food composed of about 18 amino acids such as glycine and alanine, which is a fibrous protein that exists in the skin, bones, and tendons of our body. It is made by processing animal skin and then enzymatically decomposing. For a long time, we have Gomtang; bow bone soup. It is this cologne which is thick and the cloudy gomtang soup is.

  • Is corn used for Corn Chips a non-GMO raw material?

    Recently, GMO corn has been imported. This is because it is difficult to supply and receive NON GMOs due to the reduction of cultivation area of NON GMO corn, the reduction of cultivation area after 2007, is.

    However, we use NON GMO corn under strict control, so you can eat with confidence. 

  • What is GMO?

    GMOs are called "GMOs" and are classified as genetically modified (GMO), GMO (genetically modified), and genetically modified (GMO) microorganisms. Because most of the currently developed GMOs are plants, GMOs are also commonly used to refer to GMO agricultural products. GMO is a gene recombination technology that combines the genes of one organism with the genes of another organism and transforms parts of the gene to fit a specific purpose. For example, GMO corn, called Bt corn, is produced by inserting the bacillus thuringiensis gene, an insecticidal protein in soil microorganisms, into corn. As a result, this corn can protect itself from corn-eating insects. GMOs can only be used as food for government safety evaluations. These agricultural products or foods made from these raw materials are called GMO foods.

  • Why GMO?

    Human beings have been striving to produce high quality agricultural products for a long time. To this end, we have naturally breed agricultural products and selected new breeding species by repeating breeding.

    In this natural breeding improvement, the gene of the existing agricultural product is transformed into the gene which shows the desired trait through the natural recombination process.

    However, this method has the disadvantage that it has a low probability of success and it takes a long time to be close to 10 years. GMOs are created through a new breeding method that was born from the advances in biotechnology called recombinant DNA technology. By using recombinant DNA technology, the time required for breeding can be shortened and the yields can be increased by transferring genes from other species such as insect resistance genes to agricultural products such as corn..

Head Office:
Mizzi Trading Co. 703 Windston Bldg. 79, Nonhyeon-ro, Seocho-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea / TEL: 82-2-578-4600
Mizzi Food Co. 72, Bansan 2-ro, Munmak-eup, Wonju-si, Gangwon-do, Republic of Korea / TEL: 82-33-733-2340
Sang Il Food Co. 16, Samgyo 1-gil, Yeoju-si, Gyeonggi-do, Republic of Korea / TEL: 82-31-884-9685