JFC International

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JFC International Inc.
Formerly called
Japan Food Corporation
Subsidiary
Founded 1958; 60 years ago (1958) in San Francisco, California, United States
Headquarters Los Angeles, California, United States
Parent Kikkoman
Website jfc.com

JFC International is a major wholesaler and distributor of Asian food products.[1] In addition to its own products, JFC International also imports branded products from other international companies.[2] The company's official establishment was in 1958 and later named JFC International in 1978, however the company existed in various forms beginning in 1906.[3] It is owned by the Japanese company Kikkoman.

Operations[edit]

JFC's brands include Nishiki, Dynasty,[4] JFC, Wel-Pac, Hime and Hapi.[5] Under its brands the company sells Botan Rice candy, Nishiki rice and other Japanese food items.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "... for JFC International, a huge importer of Japanese and Asian foods" The Otos adapt to a changing clientele while keeping the family... Nov 3, 2002 Sacramento Bee
  2. ^ "Sapporo's master wholesaler, JFC International, last fall claimed that..." Japanese, US dry beers brew success, controversy Jan 19, 1989 Chicago Sun-Times
  3. ^ http://www.jfc.com/aboutus.php?aus=history
  4. ^ Green, Joey (2005-09-01). Joey Green's Supermarket Spa: Hundreds of Easy Ways to Pamper Yourself with Brand-Name Products from Around the House. Fair Winds Press. p. 139. ISBN 9781592331710. 
  5. ^ JFC brands http://www.jfc.com/jfc_brand.php?jb=welpac

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