University of Tokyo Mandarin Orange Lovers × Nishiuwa Mandarin Oranges

JA Nishiuwa Nishiuwa Agricultural Cooperative
University of Tokyo Mandarin Orange Lovers × Nishiuwa Mandarin Oranges We are holding a quiz where you can win a “Nishiuwa mandarin orange set” filled with the charm of Nishiuwa, such as mandarin oranges and Nakabankan!

JA Nishiuwa (Nishiuwa Agricultural Cooperative Association)
collaborates with the University of Tokyo Mikan Lovers Association to conduct a quiz challenge for 10 people to win the “Nishiuwa Mikan Set” filled with the charm of Nishiuwa, such as mandarin oranges and Nakabankan. 10 winners will be selected from those who have applied and answered correctly. The campaign period is from November 21, 2022 (Monday) to December 10, 2022 (Saturday).
Quiz questions are also posted on large posters in Tokyo.
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Please apply after answering the quiz and filling in the required items from the campaign page of the Nishiuwa mandarin orange brand site.
Nishiuwa mandarin orange brand site
https://nishiuwamikan.com/
-About Nishiuwa Mikan-
It is a general term for mandarin oranges that are produced in an area spanning two cities and one town, Yawata City, Ikata Town, and Sanbe Town, Seiyo City, and are shipped from 10 locations within JA’s Uwa jurisdiction. In addition, the JA Nishiuwa Nishiuwa Agricultural Cooperative has unified the unshu oranges produced in the Nishiuwa region under the brand name of “Nishiuwa Mikan” and displays the “N Mark” to guarantee quality.
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-“N Mark” of Nishiuwa mandarin oranges-
■ About the quality assurance mark
○ Start of use: November 5, 2018 (Monday) ~
○Concept of the logo mark
The new mark is proof of the mandarin orange production area that represents Japan.
Among Ehime, which represents Japanese mandarin oranges, only mandarin oranges in the Nishiuwa area, which has a history of over 100 years and a high reputation for quality, can be used. This is a quality declaration mark that aims to be a production area that has been produced.
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Details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000019.000038446.html


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