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About Amoy Foods

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With a century of experience and state-of-the-art production technologies, Amoy food service offers full range of quality seasoning products, from soybean products to speciality sauces, in economical packaging to restaurant and catering services worldwide.

Incorporating traditional Chinese culinary wisdom with sophisticated production and packaging technologies, Amoy Frozen Food is your guarantee for quality and freshness. We are committed to delight customers by perfecting existing food range and developing innovative products to meet market needs.
The Amoy Frozen Food family offers an extensive variety, ranging from steamed dim sums to water dumplings, to suit every palate. With Amoy, you can now enjoy traditional Chinese dim sums and snacks in the comfort of your home.

Amoy began producing soy sauce in Xiamen , China in 1908. Today Amoy is one of the most recognised food and sauce brands in Southeast Asia .

In January 2006, Amoy was acquired by Ajinomoto – a multinational organization, based in Japan , and with many operations all around the world. Based in Hong Kong, Amoy continues to combine the essence of oriental cuisine with state-of-the-art technology to produce top quality sauces and frozen foods that has established its place in all major world markets.

Quality and customer satisfaction have always been prime concerns at Amoy . With our global staff of 2,400, Amoy strives to ensure substantial profit growth through strengthening its position as the leading Chinese sauces and frozen foods manufacturer.

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CookingMyWay's picture
Everything I tried of theirs was very good! I wish they had a retail version - I'd have them in my freezer all the time... :) Nikko
shantihhh's picture
Interesting I have bought them here in large packs for restaurants at a few stores. Infact we used some for a big party. They were shumai I think.
Bxredman's picture
I like all this but do not think I am ready for fresh frozen shu mai or sushi
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
while I did not taste the presentation was really great !! The Tortilla Guy
frances's picture
SUSHI LOVE SUSHI BUT IT HAS TO BE FRESH. NOT FRESH FROZEN. BUT IT'S ALL GOOD
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
I am a fan of good sushi also The Tortilla Guy
CookingMyWay's picture
I love me some sushi - it's my favorite food group. I once had a two hundred dollar a week habit... I had to go to counseling...
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
Me too we will go for some when you are up here for the food show !!! The Tortilla Guy