Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 22, 2015
Upper Crust Enterprises, a foodservice leader in producing Authentic Panko breadcrumbs & Tempura batter mix, announced the launch of their new website, http://www.uppercrustent.com, this week. The launch of the new site coincides with the company’s celebration of over thirty-five years of supplying chefs with Authentic Panko
With the popularity of Panko in all types of menu applications beyond Japanese cooking, one of the company’s core values is educating chefs about Panko bread crumbs. Not all Panko are alike and the website provides very user friendly information on quality attributes of Authentic Panko, ways to use it in recipes and the benefits of using an Authentic Panko in recipes. The website provides videos on how Panko is made (“Panko Bread Crumbs: The Secrets Revealed”) as well as hundreds of recipe ideas and other recipe videos on how to make unique menu items using Panko. . . Chefs who want to try the company’s products can even order samples from the site’s simple to use interactive sample order page. The new website even features its own blog page. Customers should check back often for frequent updates and postings related to best ways to use Panko and tempura batter.
About Upper Crust Enterprises
In the early 1980’s, the Southern California company began producing Authentic Panko to replace imported Panko from Japan to use as a coating for Mrs. Friday’s brand of frozen seafood. Because they used all Japanese-made equipment and produced Panko in the authentic Japanese way, their reputation spread and eventually became a supplier of Authentic Panko to the Japanese restaurant market worldwide. With the popularity of Panko today, Upper Crust Enterprises supplies all types of restaurants both in the USA and 30 international counties with Authentic Panko & Tempura Batter mix. For more information about Upper Crust Enterprises and their products, visit the new website at http://www.uppercrustent.com or call Tom Shea at 213-625-0038. Additional videos are available on YouTube, just search “Upper Crust Enterprises”