Hokkaido Government-certified functional food (Healthy-Do) mini-fair to be opened (ended)


“Healthy-Do” (Hokkaido Food Functionality Labelling System) is a system established by the Hokkaido Government and it oversees food produced in Hokkaido that are scientifically researched to be beneficial for the human body.

(Hokkaido Government home page (Japanese only): http://www.pref.hokkaido.lg.jp/kz/sss/ks/hyouziseido.htm)


This time, the Hokkaido government is opening a mini-fair for Healthy-Do certified goods such as “Healthy-Do” doughnuts, breads, retort curry, soup and others that will be on sale.

The venue will be in the shop called “Dosanko Plaza Sapporo Branch” in Sapporo station.

(Home page (Japanese only): http://dousanhin.com/shop/sapporo_jr/

Facebook Page (Japanese only): https://www.facebook.com/dosanko.plaza.sapporo/ )


The shop will also be having Hokkaido-grown foods and a lot of other Hokkaido-based souvenirs. It’s also a duty-free store.


The mini-fair will be held at the time of Chinese New Year holiday, from 25 Jan (Wed) to 31 Nov (Tue), 8:30 AM to 8:00 PM. The shop is in Sapporo station, so it’s easily accessible. If you are in Hokkaido during this period, kindly drop by and have a look!


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