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Teriyaki Sauce Bottle

Teriyaki Sauce Bottle

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Description
First generation AFC teriyaki sauce bottle:
The plastic bottle is clear with a green plastic lid. The graphic on this label includes the original AFC logo, which is an oval consisting of the letters “AFC” and an image of two pieces of nigiri sushi below. “Teriyaki Sauce” is printed in the center, with an image of a red Japanese fan and a skewer of beef and vegetables behind it. The combination of the red fan and the beef and vegetables skewer markets this product as a fusion flavor. While the American favorite beef and vegetable skewer provides comfort to the consumers, the Japanese fan marks this product as Asian-inspired. “All Natural” is written across the top, implying that the product is healthy. The contents have a NET of 6.8FL. Oz. (205 ml), and underneath the weight, it reads 2003.1.5. On the back of the container there is a barcode, the nutritional facts, the ingredients, and the AFC Corporation address.
Teriyaki sauce is made of soy sauce, mirin, sugar and ginger. It is typically used to marinate meats and vegetables before cooking, or used as a dipping sauce for cooked meats and vegetables. It has a tangy sweet taste that appeals to a wide range of audience, and has become a staple for Asian-inspired flavors.
Object Name
sauce
date made
ca 1980s
maker
Advanced Fresh Concepts Franchise Corp.
place made
United States: California
Physical Description
plastic (overall material)
paper (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 6 3/4 in x 2 5/16 in; 17.145 cm x 5.87375 cm
ID Number
2012.3099.09
catalog number
2012.3099.09
nonaccession number
2012.3099
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Work and Industry: Asian Pacific American Business
Sushi
Food
Data Source
National Museum of American History
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