Bringing you a wide range of quality choices
Newly introduced at MUJI Telford Plaza, Food Market searches for the necessary ingredients in everyday diet from local, Japan, and worldwide from the viewpoints of MUJI. By examining the climate and natural environment of origin and understanding the cultivation and manufacturing methods, we introduce farm-to-table vegetables, fresh fruits, seasonings, convenient food, snacks, and drinks, bringing a wide range of safe, delicious and healthy options to your dining table for easy preparation of breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day.
Essential Food for Living
With customers’ health in mind, we have selected seven types of essential food for living and sold at a reasonable price. They are manufactured under traditional methods, and without unnecessary elements, chemical flavourings and food additives, bringing a range of essential food for living.
Farm Direct VegetablesSeasonality of crops and cultivation methods, reducing the use of pesticides, and caring for the environment are the primary considerations. Collaborating with Oisix from Japan, fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables are available every week to let customers taste the delicious gifts from nature.
Farm Direct FruitsSelling seasonal fresh fruits from various origins without using pesticides and delivered from farm to table, together with everyday fruits such as apple and banana for supplementing vitamins and fibres.
Dairy ProductsSelecting products such as soymilk, tofu and cheese, which are freshly delivered with an eye for the origin and the manufacturing process, ensuring food safety for customers.
SeasoningSeasoning is an essential element of culinary. We have chosen a range of seasonings made from the traditional method and without additives, which can bring out the freshness of food and enrich the flavors of food. Besides Kyoto Kujonegi, Okinawa Agu Pork for making miso, there are also Seaweed and Stock Powder, and you can prepare Japanese cuisine at ease.
Staple FoodStoring staple food at home can provide you with daily nutrition and energy whenever needed. Canned food, granola, bread and pancake powder are for a quick meal, while Spaghetti, Somen, Handmade Noodle and Instant Congee can be matched with instant sauces for a delicious meal. A range of gluten-free food is also available.
SnacksTo maintain the original taste of food, all snacks are produced especially to the nature of the food. For instance, the fruits are half-dried with low temperatures, and the nuts are roasted by infrared or baked with steam. No additives for our selected dried fruit, nuts and handmade chocolate make it suitable for both adult and children.
Selected drinks that are safe to drink, including vegetable juice with high dietary fibre and nutrition, fruit juice without additives, additional water and fragrant, as well as pure apple juice extracted from apple with peeling the skin. A range of Japanese sake and fruit liquor is also available. Sake is categorized in accordance to taste for easy food pairing.
Our partner - OisixSeasonality of crops, cultivation methods, low-pesticides, and caring for the environment are our primary considerations. Collaborating with Oisix from Japan, fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables are brought to table every week to let customers taste the delicious gifts from nature.
Oisix is an online supermarket from Japan specializing in organic and low-pesticide vegetables. Committed to delivering freshly harvested agricultural products to customers, Oisix have stringent food safety standards to ensure that each customer can consume their products with peace of mind. In addition to fresh produce, Oisix also offers a variety of popular Japanese foodstuffs and exclusive products. They also offer “Oisix Weekly”, a service providing weekly delivery of foodstuffs from Japan to the doorsteps of Hong Kong customers.
Oisix’s business philosophy is to offer people-oriented and conscientious food products to customers, selling only foodstuffs that their collaborating farmers, herders or producers feel comfortable to give to their children.
- Vegetables are grown with the goal of not using pesticides.
- Meat and eggs come from livestock with clearly listed origins and raising methods. No hormones or antibiotics used.
- Never use synthetic preservatives or food colorings.
- No genetically modified ingredients.
Monthly Thematic Highlights — Japanese Alcohol
Japan has a long tradition of brewery. The meticulous choice of rice, koji, water and brewing method brings sake countless flavours. Food Market introduces a rich selection of sake suitable for food pairing, fruit liquors and snacks for you to enjoy the Japanese brewery culture.
Used high quality natural water from Daisetsuzan Volcanic Group and Hokkaido sake rice "Suisei" and "Ginfuu" respectively. The former has a deep, solid aroma with clean texture and prolonged aftertaste, while the later gives an elegant aroma with a fruity note followed by a slight mineral aftertaste.
Manufacturer: Kamikawa Taisetsu Sake Brewery
Rice Polishing Rate: 60% (Suisei Tokubetsu Junmai) / 40% (Ginfuu Junmai Daiginjo)
Serving Method: chilled
Using "Dewasansan" sake rice from Yamagata Prefecture, it has a pineapple and strawberry fruity aroma. The taste is fresh with a round and smooth finish.
Manufacturer: Sato Nizaemon Sake Brewery
Rice Polishing Rate: 50%
Serving Method: chilled
Having a lower alcohol level, the series is friendly to sake beginners. "KAREN Junmai" features the use of malic acid to bring a fruity taste in additional to the rice aroma, while "KAREN SILK Junmai" uses a special yeast to raise the oligosaccharides level and delivers an elegant sweetness like ripe fruits.
Manufacturer: Ichishima Sake Brewery
Serving Method: chilled
Produced by NAKANO SHUZOU, a sake brewery with over 170 years of history. Using the juice and pulp of Japanese fresh fruits, the liquor has over 50% juice content and delivers a rich fruity scent.
Cracker topped with cream cheese that is blended with various ingredients such as mentaiko, sea urchin, squid, avocado, seaweed, bonito and mayonnaise etc., bringing a rich texture and flavourful taste.
In ancient Koshu inland area where people had limited access to the sea, merchants would boil fresh abalone in soy sauce and then seal it for a longer preservation time. The boiled shellfish gradually becomes a local specialty and popular as a treat or gift.