Panko (Japanese breadcrumbs) are made from a specially made crushed fresh white bread with no crusts after its cooling down period. Fresh breadcrumbs and dry breadcrumbs are made by adjusting moisture. Fresh breadcrumbs have more than 30% moisture and dry breadcrumbs, less than 14% moisture. 120~500g packages are mainly sold for family use and 2~4kg for HoReCa (Food Services) use. Japanese style breadcrumbs are popularly used for a wide range of deep-fried dishes such as meat cutlets, deep-fried oysters, shrimps and other fishes, croquettes, hamburger steak, etc. all over the world.