Make 21food.com your home page | Add to Favorites Sign In | Join Now | Posting Buying Leads | Help |
Food & Beverage Online
Home Suppliers For Sellers For Buyers Tradeshow News My 21Food
Aquatic Product | Canned Food | Machinery |

You are here: Home > Biscuit & Cookie >

biscuit & cookie , Japan results for Biscuit & Cookie products : 139 products

Related Searches: Biscuit, Biscuits, food biscuit, bakery biscuits, biscuits and cookies, View all
Hi! Start here to find high quality biscuit & cookie products from audited Japan biscuit & cookie suppliers and biscuit & cookie manufacturers are listed below, please look into them and select the suitable biscuit & cookie suppliers for you
  Category: Biscuit & Cookie Regions: Japan Japan

View:

Unfold

Fold

Gallery List
biscuits and cookies Made in Japan high quality

Contact Now

Sweet Seaweed Cracker - Nori Senbei

Contact Now

Gateaux Secs 10(Japanese handmade soft cookies)

Contact Now

soyscare Cookies

Contact Now

Japanese traditional cookie "Soba-boro"

Contact Now

Japanese Rice Cracker with Sesame and Seaweed

Contact Now

Pretzel(bacon potato, salad, pizza taste)

Contact Now

Soybean Cookies with Collagen

Contact Now

F CUP COOKIES

Contact Now

Matcha Cookie

Contact Now

Bourbon petit strawbery langu de chat

Contact Now

biscuit

Contact Now

Go to page    
Buy & Sell
21food's pre-qualified Chinese food suppliers.
Service For Buyers
Selling Leads
Suppliers
Buyer Sourcing Meeting
Post Buying Leads
Service For Sellers
Post Products
Post Selling Leads
Buying Leads
Global Buyer
Join Premium Memberships
Free Service
Free Sourcing Service
Are you looking for pre-qualified food and beverage manufacturers of China? Our professional team at 21food.com are ready to help save your time and efforts. Just send us your detailed requirements now! It's a FREE service.
Click here
biscuit description

A biscuit (pronounced /ˈbɪskɨt/) is a baked edible product. The term is used to apply to two distinctly different products in North America and the Commonwealth Nations.In the United States it relates to a small soft leavened bread, somewhat similar to a scone. In Commonwealth English, it commonly is used to refer to a small and hard, often sweetened, flour-based product, most akin in American English to a cookie, or sometimes in the case of cheese biscuits, a cracker.

Raw materials:Sweet biscuits are commonly eaten as a snack food and are, in general, made with wheat flour or oats, and sweetened with sugar or honey. Varieties may contain chocolate, fruit, jam, nuts, or even be used to sandwich other fillings. There is usually a dedicated section for sweet biscuits in most European supermarkets.

Uses:Most modern biscuits can trace their origins back to either the Hardtack ships biscuit, or the creative art of the baker:
Ships biscuit derived: Digestive, Rich tea, Abernethy, Cracker
Bakers art: Biscuit rose de Reims

Email this page   Bookmark this page
About 21Food | Premium Membership | Terms of Service | Privacy Policy | Advertisement | Contact us | Site Map
Copyright 2002-2017 Food & Beverage Online. All rights reserved. ICP NO.:Zhe B2-20090288-2