HISTORIA DE WAN JA SHAN
fundación de la cervecería WAN JA SHAN en Taiwán
AROMA TO 10,000 HOUSEHOLDS
Since our creation in 1945, Wan Ja Shan Brewery Co., Ltd. has become one of the leading manufacturers of naturally brewed soy sauce in Taiwan, the United States and China with distribution to a worldwide base of retailers, restaurants and food processors.Wan Ja Shan soy sauce is the foundation for a selective line of delectable Asian Sauces. Our sauces give full meaning to the Wan Ja Shan name, which translates to “Aroma to 10,000 Households.”
Our savory condiments enhance the flavor of cooked dishes and can be used as a marinade, dressing and dipping sauce. It works magic in recipes, yielding a vast array of creative menu possibilities as well as producing innovative results for many of the largest food processors and ingredient manufacturers worldwide.
Throughout our history, Wan Ja Shan has been carefully managed under the three important principles of Quality, Sincerity and service, which has created the foundation for success. Looking ahead, Wan Ja Shan will further commit to creating and upgrading the essence of traditional Asian sauces by introducing newer and healthier products for the increasingly sophisticated consumers worldwide.
More recently, to satisfy growing demands and popularity for natural foods worldwide, Wan Ja Shan has made additional investments in its facilities, allowing it to manufacturing NON-GMO, ORGANIC and GLUTEN-FREE soy sauce to accommodate the more health conscience consumers.
Established in 1975
Located in Hudson Valley New York
Using premium selected soybeans and wheat from US
Launch organic line in 2003
Export to EU, Israel, Australia, Vietnam ….etc.
One of three naturally soy sauce brewery in the US Several facility expansion
Best ingredient for salad dressing, jerky, BBQ sauce Traditional fermentation process
Sister company of WANJASHAN Brewery Co., LTD. Founded in 1945
- 1945 – founding Wan Ja Shan brewery in Taiwan
- 1975 – establishing New York brewery
- 1987 – first expansion
- 1994 – second expansion
- 2003 – organic production