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Khong Guan Cream Crackers (Rectangular Tin) 康元苏打饼 蓝罐装 600g
Net Weight: 600g / 1 lb. 5 OZ
Country of Origin: Singapore
An all time favorite, Cream Crackers are square and savoury crackers that are thicker than saltines which makes them perfect for eating with your favorite dip. The large surface area of the cracker makes it easy to make the perfect cracker sandwich with toppings such as sliced meats and cheese. Can't get enough of Cream Crackers? Try the Rectangular Tin of Cream Crackers; it contains 3 times the crackers (compared to the Cream Cracker sleeves) so if you don't think you can finish the Large Tin, the Rectangular Tin is a better choice for your snacking ideals. Plus, the Rectangular Tin is great for repurposing as sewing materials storage if all your Danish Butter Cookie tins are filled up.
Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Sugar, Vegetable Oil (Contains Palm Oil), Milk Powder, Leavening Ammonium Bicarbonate), Salt, Artificial Food Flavor, Colored with Caramel and Annatto.
Contains: Wheat Flour and Milk Solids. Manufactured in a facility that also processes peanut containing products.
Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to ensure the ingredients listed about are accurate. However, consumers with dietary restrictions are reminded to carefully read the actual package before consuming in case of typographical errors or formulation chages by the manufacturer.
About Khong Guan Biscuits
More than sixty years ago, two brothers – Chew Choo Keng and Chew Choo Han – left their village in Fujian, China in their late teens to come to Singapore. Full of aspirations and eager to eke out a living to support their family in China, they found work in a local biscuit factory.
Following World War II, their big break came when Chew Choo Han chanced upon some old war-damaged biscuit making machines being sold as scrap from the old factory where they used to work. He promptly bought them and with sheer determination and a mechanically astute mind, he rigged up a semi-automated biscuit production line using bicycle chains to move the biscuits on a conveyor system through an improvised brick oven. The enhanced production capability escalated sales and, in 1947, Khong Guan Biscuit Factory (Singapore) Pte Limited was set up with its first factory premises at 18 Howard Road. Eventually factories were set up throughout Southeast Asia and China with distribution across the world.
Let your senses run down nostalgia lane, while enjoying a rich experience that generations have enjoyed, and still do. Khong Guan Biscuits - “The Taste That Brings You Home.”