Morinaga is using its home delivery network to deliver more than milk. For example, they are selling long shelf life tofu and in this photo suggest making tofu meat wraps. Largely due to Japan's aging population, home delivery is becoming increasingly more popular. As an aside, Morinaga also sells similar tofu in US supermarkets through their Morinyu subsidiary. They don't really taste that great, but work in areas where fresh tofu is unavailable. I have tried some chocolate tofu cake recipes using the same tofu which is actually really good. 森永 宅配 豆腐
Photo is a web capture for explanatory purposes, copyright belongs to the company.
Posted by Food Science Japan at 13:52