Awan Kerupuk 988 Palembang
As a manufacturer & supplier of Palembang crackers we continue to be committed to accepting orders & serving consumers as best we can. We have been established for years so that our products are widely known in the community.
What is Kerupuk?
In Indonesia, the term krupuk refers to the type of relatively large crackers, while the term kripik or keripik refers to smaller bite-size crackers; the counterpart of chips (or crisps) in western cuisine. For example, potato chips are called kripik kentang in Indonesia. Both terms, krupuk and kripik, sound like the breaking or crumbling of this crispy snack to denote its crispiness. Thus, the etymology of the term krupuk is an onomatopoeia in Indonesian to describe the crunch sound of this crispy snack. Usually krupuk is made from the dried paste from the mixture of starch with other ingredients, while kripik is usually made entirely from thinly sliced, sun-dried, and fried products without any mixture of starch. source: wikipedia
Kurniawan Born in Palembang, February 24, 1988. Has been in the business of producing and selling Palembang crackers since the 2000 and has experienced ups and downs 3 times in pioneering cracker businesses. Kurniawan was born from craftsman crackers and has become the first generation to continue this effort. As a entrepreneur in the city of Palembang, Kurniawan made many innovations in cracker sales, such as creating a profile website www.awankerupuk988palembang.com and the first cracker application in Palembang. began from 2014, Kurniawan managed to export crackers to several countries such as Taiwan, South Korea, and the Middle East, which sent approximately 30 tons of crackers every month. on 1 January 2020, Kurniawan re-innovated by bringing digital crackers together through the first cracker Ecommerce platform in Indonesia named www.sarjankerupuk.com as a solution for resellers and end users to buy crackers quickly, simply and in one click.