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Kewpie feeding the children of the 60s?

If you don't know what kewpie is, there is a good chance you might have seen its iconic baby logo in supermarkets somewhere in the world.  You probably even had a taste of their products without knowing it in Sushi restaurants.  We are talking about Kewpie's line of Japanese Mayo!  
 
Back in the 60s, Kewpie was actually know for baby food as the economy was booming.  During this time, many young Japanese couples were having large families.
 
Well the tables have turned and Kewpie is focusing on those children who are becoming old age.  Japan is ageing and its population growth is amongst the lowest in the world.  Kewpie is developing products that is easily chewed and using popular flavors of Japan such as Sukiyaki.
 
To read more -> @ yahoo news
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