Soy sauce, soy dipping sauce and soy chips will be added to vending machines in the US

The United States Food and Drug Administration has approved a new soy sauce flavoring additive for vending machines that will replace its existing soy dipping sauces and soy sauce chips.

The FDA also approved the soy sauce fosamax, which will be marketed as a soy sauce-infused food product.

Soy sauce fotax and soy sesamax are also expected to be available in vending machines.

The new soy dipping and dipping sauce are being made by a new company called Kogi Food Products, which specializes in soy-based food products, including soy sauce.

The company announced in January it had been acquired by Kogi Foods.

The agency approved the new soy seasoning in November.

The company’s new soy sauces and dipping sauces will be available for purchase in vending machine machines in California and Nevada starting March 1.

The products will also be sold in vending outlets in Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, New Jersey, Connecticut and Maryland.

The soy sauce and dipping agents are being produced by the company’s subsidiary, the Soy Sauce Company, which has offices in Irvine, California.