Source of protein
No added sugars
Low saturated fat



The fi rst reduced salt content tamari on the market, a key addition to the Lima range of soy sauces. The 25% less salt tamari responds to widespread consumer demand for products of this kind. Consumers wish to reduce their consumption of salt further, while keeping the fl avour of Tamari. The human body benefi ts from moderate salt consumption, but excessive consumption has the opposite effect* Salt is a mineral which is naturally present in the human body, and it is vital that our diet provides it. Tamari is an invaluable condiment, widely used in healthy cooking, due to its richness and complex fl avours. Just like Lima’s classic Tamari, the “25% less salt Tamari” is gluten-free The soy used is guaranteed GMO-free. 100% organic


Tamari can be used for cooking as well as a condiment at table. It can be used to bring out the taste of pasta broths, soups, sautéed vegetables, salad dressings, marinades or when making stir-fry dishes. It combines well with rice vinegar, garlic, ginger and mustard.


water, SOYA beans*, sea salt 10,3%, alcohol*, A. Oryzae.
*organically grown


10000 ml.

Product organically grown

100% of the agricultural ingredients are from organic farming

Product FAQ

What is the difference between Tamari and Shoyu?

Both tamari and shoyu are sauces made of naturally fermented soy that were produced according to a traditional Japanese method. You can use both of these flavour enhancers to naturally season dishes as well as enhance the natural flavours of the ingredients. The difference between the two can be explained by their composition.

**Tamari (gluten-free)**
• Consists of pure fermented soy.
• You can also use it while cooking or as a condiment at the table.
• Perfect for seasoning stews, dressings, marinades, stir-fries, soup, pasta, and stock.
• Combines well with rice vinegar, garlic, ginger and mustard.
• Lima’s Tamari is gluten-free.

**Shoyu (not gluten-free)**
• Contains fermented soy and wheat.
• Shoyu owes its characteristic flavour to the aromatic components that are formed during the fermentation process.
• Shoyu cannot withstand prolonged heating, which is why you should only add it at the end of the cooking process, so it retains its flavour.
• Perfect for seasoning stir-fries, pickles, rice, noodles, sushi, sashimi or steamed vegetables.
• Combines well with mirin (rice wine), wasabi, ginger or grated daikon radish.

Average nutritional value per

g/100ml portion ?ml %RI RI
Energy 405 kJ
96 kcal 2000 kcal
Fat 0 g 70 g
of which saturates 0 g 20 g
of which mono-unsaturates 0 g
of which polyunsaturates 0 g
Carbohydrates 5.3 g 260 g
of which sugars 1.7 g 90 g
Fibre 0.9 g
Protein 12 g 50 g
Salt 10.3 g 6 g
RI: Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000 kcal)


water, SOYA beans*, sea salt 10,3%, alcohol*, A. Oryzae.

* = organically grown

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Packaging in carton: 1 x 10000ml
Item code 41622000
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Units / pallet: 60
Cartons / pallet 60
Cartons / layer 20
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Net weight selling unit 11600g
Net dimensions selling unit d: 230 - w: 192 - h: 303
Net weight carton 11.60kg
Gross weight carton 11.60kg
Net dimensions carton d: 192 - w: 230 - h: 305
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