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Gongju City in South Korea launches chestnut milk

Published Jan 15, 2022

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Gongju, Chungcheongnam-do, announced on the 14th that it has launched chestnut milk 'Bam Yeoyu (乳)' using chestnuts, a regional specialty. It is a product made by adding chestnuts to locally produced milk and has been sold at local local food stores and online markets starting this month. The city holds the 'Gongju Albam National Cooking Contest' every year to develop chestnut processed products. Jeon Byung-yoon, head of the Forest Park Division, said, "We hope that chestnut milk introduced this time will induce stable production of chestnut-growing farms and revitalize the local economy. . In Gongju, 2,100 farms are producing 8,000 tons of chestnuts, which is 17% of the national production every year. sw21@yna.co.kr 2022/01/14 15:05 Send

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(Gongju = Yonhap News) Reporter Lee Eun-pa = Gongju, Chungcheongnam-do, announced on the 14th that it has launched chestnut milk 'Bam Yeoyu (乳)' using chestnuts, a regional specialty. It is a product made by adding chestnuts to locally produced milk and has been sold at local local food stores and online markets starting this month. The city holds the 'Gongju Albam National Cooking Contest' every year to develop chestnut processed products. Jeon Byeong-yoon, head of the Forest Park Division, said, "We expect chestnut milk, introduced this time, to induce stable production of chestnut-growing farms and revitalize the local economy. . In Gongju, ...
Source: Yna
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