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Unfortunately, Go-Tan does not offer any products online itself. Our products are available through the web shops of the supermarkets.
As a family company, we are deeply involved in the ingredients we use and where they come from. In that light, it is also shocking for us to take note of PETA's conclusions regarding the use of monkeys for the production of coconut milk. We are touched by the images shown. Based on our concern for people, animals and the environment, we carefully choose where we have our coconut milk made. We travel personally to ensure that no animals are used, for example. Han recently went to the coconut plantations in Sri Lanka. Our quality procedures ensure that all Go-Tan coconut milk products are produced without the use of monkeys, so that everyone can enjoy them carefree.
Our gluten-free Soy Sauce is being produced with grains that contain gluten. However, the gluten are demolished during the fermentation process resulting in a gluten-free product.
To explain it technically even further: gluten-free products can legally be considered gluten-free, if they contain less than 20 parts per million of gluten (<20 ppm). That stands for 20 milligrams of gluten per kilogram of soy sauce. Go-Tan has each production soy sauce carefully measured for gluten by a certified laboratory, with results always lower than 10 mg per kg!
Information regarding allergens can be found on the packaging or via the product pages on our website.
Finding a hard lump of coconut milk is a natural phenomenon and does not affect the taste and quality of the coconut milk. Coconut fat only melts at a temperature of 24 - 26 degrees, which creates the well-known creamy substance. This means that at a temperature below 24-26 degrees, the fat in the coconut milk can already set and turns into a solid substance.
We therefore always advise to shake the product well before use and possibly heat it a little. When opening the coconut milk, stir well with a fork or whisk, so that the solid parts of coconut fat start to mix again with the liquid part (water). The coconut milk then becomes a homogeneous mixture again when it is heated (2-3 minutes to 70-80 ° C).
Yes, Han Go really is the director of Go-Tan. Together with his two brothers Bing and Cliff, he forms the management. On The Real Han Go you can take a look behind the scenes. We take you into his daily life as Creative Director and the face of Go-Tan and his love for good food.