Brittles & Sesame Crepe
Product Code: 007184
Pack Size: 50 / 100g
Country of Origin: Vietnam
Valeur nutritivePer 1/2 cup cup 50 g / Pour 1/2 cup tasse 50 gServings Per Container / Portions par contenant 2
Amount % Daily Value
Teneur % valeur quotidienne
Calories / Calories 250
Fat / Lipides 14 g 22 %
Saturated / saturés 3 g 15 %
+Trans / trans 0
Cholesterol / Cholestérol 0 mg
Sodium / Sodium 10 mg 0 %
Carbohydrate / Glucides 22 g 7 %
Fiber / Fibres 1 g 4 %
Sugars/Sucres 18 g
Protein / Protéines 8 g
Vitamin A / Vitamine A 0 %
Vitamin C / Vitamine C 0 %
Calcium / Calcium 0 %
Iron / Fer 0 %
Sesame Seeds, Sugar, Peanuts Or Cashew, RiceFlour, Citric Acid.May Contain Traces Of Wheat, Other Nuts Or Soy.
UPC Each: 770795171888
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33 thoughts on “Sesame Crêpe”
I love this, when i tried it.
Do you have a retailer for this product in Edmonton AB, or Ottawa ON?
You can buy this product at the TNT at West Edmonton Mall.
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Ian Cheng, Marketing
Do you have a retailer for this product in or near Seattle, WA?
They may sell this product at Culinex or Acme Foods. The phone number for Culinex is 206-855-0837.
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I’m interested in the Dan d Pak Sesame crepe. Do you know where I can buy them in Los Angeles or Orange County California? Do you have an address or phone number?
We unfortunately don’t have our sesame crepes in California at the moment.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Can you tell me where to buy these in Victoria, British Columbia? I’ve been looking all over, and the only place that I know of for sure is a produce market just outside of Duncan, BC (too far for me).
Thank you for your interest in our sesame crepes. I have located a few locations in Victoria that have recently carried this product:
3651 Shelbourne Road
550-552 Fisgard Street
For Good Measure
3831 Cadboro Bay Road
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You can find them at the Red Barn on West Saanich Road, too!
Hi – Any chance of finding sesame crepes in Nova Scotia??
Thanks for your interest in Dan-D-Pak products. I have forwarded your question to our Toronto office.
They should get back to you but just in case here is their contact:
I’m in Port Charlotte, FL. One day in the year 2014 I walked into a new Thai relailer and found Sesame Crepe packages. I decided to buy 2 packs and by the weekend i bought their whole supply (there must have been about 16 packages.
I’ve been visiting them now at least twice a week to check, only to find out that the place was transformed into a Thai restaurant (no retail items). Now What?
Where else in this neighborhood do you have a retail outlet? Or, do you sell to consumers directly??
I’d appreciate hearing from you, thanking you ahead, yours truly, mirsel..
Please contact our Fresno office as our Canadian branch does not ship to the states.
Whole Foods used to carry sesame crepes in Atlanta, but no longer. Does anyone else here carry them?
Please contact our Fresno location as we do not ship to the states from our Canadian location.
There email is email@example.com
Did you ever locate a source Andy? Trying to find these in the US
PS the US email provided above doesn’t work, auto-responds with error message.
Where in the US are you located?
If you have not already, please contact our US office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Is there anywhere in Regina Saskatchewan that I can buy Seasame Crepes? I have one left and love them. If there is no where can we order to have them delivered through mail?
Do you have any retailers for this product near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania?
We love your sesame crepes and wondered if it were possible to order directly from Dan-D-Pak. I believe we have in the past and we would be interested to place an order. These are delicious and I know of no place locally in the Bangor, Maine area to buy them. Thank you, Evelyn Serval and Jacqui O’Brien
Just purchased sesame Crepes; How to prepare? eat from the package ? use as a wrap?
The sesame crepes are typically eaten from the package. Let us know if you used them creatively!
– The Dan-D-Pak Team
My family in the States used to love getting these crepes from Trader Joe’s. We looked all over for them when Trader Joe’s stopped carrying them, but couldn’t find them.
A father’s day search led us here, and coincidentally, we’re going to be visiting Canada this week. Is there any store in Vancouver, BC that carries them (or in Seattle, which we’re passing through)?
Dear Dan-d-pak people,
I am absolutely insane over your sesame crepes! I literally empty store shelves whenever I can find them! They are awesome just by themselves, and are fantastic food on the go.
Having said all that, the local stores that carry them do not stock them quickly or consistently. Is it possible for me to order in bulk, directly from your closest outlet? Many, many thanks in advance! Please keep inventing amazing foods! Sincerely, Jason C!
Sesame Crepes are quite amazing. I am just eating it plain but can not wait to make a filling for it. Crunchy Aromatic Sesame and a lightly sweet and creamy center. I love these!
Where can I buy them in Chilliwack BC area.
Got them in Squamish…no more
Got them in Abbotsford .. no more.
Any stores carrying them on regular basis in Abbotsford or Chilliwack BC
Where to get them in Saskatchewan? I used to buy them at Canadian Tire, but now they don’t bring them any more. Checked different locations.
Trader Joe’s used to carry these but they no longer do. You know anywhere near RHODE,ISLAND that I can purchase these? Or any place online that I can purchase these Amazon is out of stock thank you
So I love these things and I ate like 6 in one day. The next day I farted/shot water out my keister for like 12 hours straight. I later found out that sesame seeds are a laxative. Just thought I’d warn anyone else planning on doing the same thing.
I love this Sesame Crepe. I used to buy all the time when I lived in Vancouver, but now I live in Vernon, BC Canada and I can’t find it anywhere. Could you help me find a retailer in my area? I’d buy a box =D Cheers
My mother in law would probably pucker her lips till they turned white and wrinkled much like her backside exit if I ever told her what I did to the base of her crepe recipe. I asianized it.