A friend of mine spotted this Kuze Fuku & Sons Anko Spread with Butter at a local Costco in Hawaii. She sent me a picture of it, and I knew immediately that I had to try it. Anko is a spread or paste made with sweet Japanese adzuki beans.
Soon after receiving the message, I picked up a bottle for $8.99 at Costco. Keep reading to find out Anko’s nutrition information, suggested ways to eat it, and more notes.
Nutrition Information and Ingredients
How to Eat Anko Spread
Suggestions on the back of the jar indicate that Anko is good on waffles, pancakes, ice cream, and toast. I’ve only tried it on toast, but I know all of the suggestions on the bottle would be amazing.
I love to eat it with La Tour Sprouted Bread toast. This bread is made locally in Hawaii. The Anko has the sweetness and thick texture you associate with adzuki beans. After being in the refrigerator, it still spreads nicely.
Notes for Anko Spread
- Delicious and highly recommended, especially if you’re a fan of adzuki and Japanese desserts.
- Refrigerate Anko after opening the bottle.
- Product of Japan
- 20.46 oz bottle for $8.99 at Costco
- If you’re interested in learning more about the Kuze Fuku & Sons brand and the other products that they offer, visit www.kuzefukuandsons.com
- Want to learn more about another great Costco product? Check out our post about Vonbee Passion Fruit Honey Puree.
Let us know in the comments, if you’ve tried this product and what you thought of it!