UPPER CRUST Enterprises – YOUR SOURCE for TRULY AUTHENTIC Japanese PANKO BREAD CRUMBS
You might not give much thought to the bread crumbs you use, but your customers notice and want something with more texture and excitement. Add Upper Crust Enterprises Authentic Japanese Panko Bread Crumbs and bring an exciting light crispy texture to your menu.
Do not be fooled, not all Japanese Panko is created equal. If you want Authentic Japanese Panko bread crumbs, Upper Crust Enterprises should be your first choice. For over 35 years, Upper Crust Enterprises Panko has been made with a proprietary blend of High Protein flour and we follow the traditional Japanese methods. The dough is carefully blending with yeast, salt and water and then risen until the dough has the right texture and strength. The dough is then baked in a specially designed oven, which uses electric current instead of heat to cook the bread. You can see the quality difference in the sliver-shaped flakes and taste the difference in the light & crispy texture. Visit Panko Bread Crumbs for more details.
Take the challenge, replace your current breadcrumb with Upper Crust Enterprises Japanese bread crumbs (JBC) and win big with your customers.
We guarantee our product will taste lighter and crisper, will stay crispy longer and will provide a better yield than standard bread crumbs.
Upper Crust Enterprises – The Beginnings of a Panko Bread Crumb Manufacturer
The history of Upper Crust Enterprises, begins with Founder Masashi Kawaguchi. Mr. Kawaguchi built Fishking Processors, Inc. (also known as Mrs. Friday’s) in 1955 in Los Angeles, where the company earned a reputation for its quality-breaded seafood.
Mr. Kawaguchi introduced Panko bread crumbs to the US in the 1960s in an effort to maintain his philosophy of innovation and high quality products. They began importing Japanese Panko from Japan but decided to venture into manufacturing the Panko bread crumbs in their own facility. They built a Panko manufacturing facility in Los Angeles, California, making the company the first Panko manufacturer in the US.