“Daoom” Daoom practices sharing the secret of health with everybody for healthy lives. If human protects the soil, it will naturally protect human. History of sangsik “Daoom” I sincerely appreciate love and trust from customers. It has been 27 years since I first developed sangsik and established Seohe Foods in 1988. I started this business under a pitch of ‘let’s take in food in their natural forms’ and now the business has expended into areas of health functional food, food for recovering patients and common processed food. Company name was changed to Daoom from GMF. We have seen trends of carious food all this time. But business philosophy of Daoom has been very clear from the beginning. We kept the principle of preparing natural food given to us from God, not man-made food to fit our needs. We started a movement of table food with live enzymes, not food prepared with heat to have nutrients destroyed. That is why we sue the proprietary vacuum freeze drying system to prepare sangsik Daoom way to health is very simple. There are those tho say their food can cure disease or certain food is good for stamina. However, we know that if you eat what is given to you by God, we all can live to be 120 years of age. Man of men, Food of food, Sansik of all sangsik..This is the Daoom way of health that we call can be quite healthy. There is a growing interest on sangsik in the global market and it became a trend. The global management of Daoom has established a managing organization in Korea and 4 regional corporate offices in Japan, Europe, the U.S. and Asia for a variety of businesses and projects. I am over 70 years old. I truly believe that it is my duty to research and develop sangsik and natural food for the rest of my life. I will try my best with my staffs. I wish you all to be healthy. Thank you. Representatives of a Daoom KIM SOO KYUNG
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