Joto Sake Founder Speaks on Japanese Disaster

WSD recently spoke with Henry Sidel, founder and president of Joto Sake, to see how his company and sake brewers in Japan are dealing with the aftermath of the tragic earthquake. Due to power outages across the country, it took "2 or 3 days" to get somebody on the phone, but he was relieved to learn "that everyone was okay." Luckily, "none of our brewers are in the area that was devastated." Their brewers are also far from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Northern Japan, so supplies are safe from radiation.

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