Not all soy sauce is created equal. Across regions and makers, it's produced differently, has different ingredients and ratios, and tastes discernibly different. For Chinese cooking, we prefer Chinese soy sauces and, specifically, those from Guangdong's Pearl River Bridge. Established in 1958, PRB is China's leading soy sauce maker, and the Golden Superior Light Soy Sauce is its flagship light soy sauce, fermented for more than 100 days and extracted from the first pressing of fermented soybeans and wheat. Note that "light" does not mean light in calories, salt or taste. It merely refers to the color and body and is the standard soy sauce for cooking and dipping. PRB's light soy sauce is naturally brewed and contains no color or flavor additives.
Source: Guangdong PRB Bio-Tech Co., Zhongshan, Guangdong
Size: 500 ml (16.9 ounces)
Ingredients: water, soybeans, salt, wheat flour, potassium sorbate (less than 1/10th of 1 percent as preservative)