Giving Back to our Community
Kuze Fuku & Sons
[CASE of 12] 80% Alcohol Hand Sanitizer
Made using our facility and capabilities to help both individuals and professionals in the battle against COVID-19
In Spring of 2020, St.Cousair, Inc., maker of KUZE FUKU & SONS food and drinks, announced the production of 80% Alcohol Hand Sanitizer for personal and professional use.
Our company normally produces apple cider vinegar drinks, jams, sauces, and other grocery items for sale online and in regional grocery stores. Due to the current medical crisis, we decided to use our resources to produce this hand sanitizer as a way of giving back to the community and to the American people who so generously welcomed and helped us when we first arrived from Japan and started our business here in 2017.
It was our hope that this product will in some way return the favor and provide some help to hospitals, medical personnel, and others in our community working tirelessly to help all of us through the difficulties brought on by the pandemic.
As we all worked together to fight against the spread of COVID-19, we at St.Cousair realized we had the means to give back to the community by producing much needed hand sanitizer using our own facility, equipment, and staff in Newberg, Oregon. Our Hand Sanitizer is produced with permission from and according to the guidlines and requirements of the FDA and the WHO. Special thanks to Cascade Columbia Distribution Co., supplier of key ingredients needed to make the hand sanitizer, and to Taylor Made Labels for fast tracking our label printing needs.
Our first 2,000 bottles were donated and delivered to hospitals, churches and local government in our area to help those in our community.
Alcohol Antiseptic 80% Topical Solution
Hand Sanitizer, Non-sterile Solution
- Active Ingredient: Alcohol 80% v/v
- Available in 16 fl. oz. glass bottles for use both by individuals and medical professionals
- Can be used to help fight against the spread of COVID-19
- Bulk orders available for hospitals and other public institutions
- The presence of clear sediment is mainly due to minerals in our natural water and does not affect the antiseptic effectiveness of the product.