LITTLE SOYA: GLUTEN-FREE & NOW GRAVITY-FREE SOY SAUCE!
On July 29, 2014 at 6:47 pm (CDT), Little Soya made history by becoming the first gluten-free soy sauce to be launched into space. A shipment of Little Soya's plastic fish-shaped containers was sent on board a European Space Agency cargo-carrying spacecraft called the Ariane 5, ATV-5 delivering supplies to astronauts and cosmonauts on the International Space Station. Just think, right now some 220 miles above the Earth's surface, an astronaut may be enjoying the galaxy's best gluten-free soy sauce!
What makes Little Soya the perfect space sauce? It starts with our bold, savory, umami flavor. A lot of people don't know this, but in space, astronauts' senses of taste and smell diminish so they need powerful flavors. We've spent the last six years honing our recipe to create the best tasting soy sauce on Earth in the universe. Little Soya's smooth, sweet flavor is sure to awaken the astronauts' sense of taste, making it the ideal seasoning for outer space dining.
But that's not the only problem our gluten-free soy sauce solves. Other soy sauces and condiments come in the typical tear-open packets everyone knows and hates. In the zero-gravity environment of space, tearing open a typical packet of soy sauce results in a huge mess as the condiment goes everywhere. But that all changed when the lovely wife of an astronaut discovered Little Soya in her local grocery store. She alerted NASA to our unique, re-sealable, squeezable soy sauce packets, and next thing you know, a Sr. Research Scientist for NASA and Lockheed Martin was on the phone with our CEO Gary Murphy to learn more about our soy sauce. With Little Soya's award-winning, leak-proof, fish-shaped containers, astronauts can now conveniently squeeze out the quantity of soy sauce they need without worrying about it spewing everywhere.
Little Soya has now gone where no gluten-free soy sauce has gone before, and we want you to join us in this exciting journey. We couldn't have done this without your support for all these years.