Simply the best
From Drew Jensen of Tampa, Florida on 8/19/2014.
King's Hawaiian rolls are the best there are; even better than my own makuahine makes at home (but don't tell her!)
Love this rolls!
From chris lankau of port jefferson station, New York on 7/2/2014.
These are the best rolls. The packaging looked like they came from a bakery. Will keep ordering!
From Lisa Bunker of Calvin, Oklahoma on 5/13/2014.
From Anonymous of ft. worth,, Texas on 5/10/2014.
I have been. enjoying since they were made in. HAWAII AND difficult to find!!!KING'S HAWAIIAN'S REPLY: Mahalo (thank you) for your enthusiastic and complimentary review. We read and treasure every one of them and especially those which express passion for Hawaiian products. KING'S . . .
The best rolls ever
From FELICIA DOMINGUEZ of Animas, New Mexico on 4/28/2014.
I love these rolls, and when I found them online to order, I will admit, I was somewhat skeptical. When my rolls came in the FedEX truck, I laughed! :) Then I opened the package, and touched the rolls and felt and saw how fresh they were; I couldn't believe it! I live in a very rural area and the closest . . .
2/24/2013 -- Is it possible to freeze leftover buns?
Response From King's Hawaiian Bakery: Yes. However, if you plan to eat our bread within a week or two, you don't have to freeze it. We recommend storing our bread in a cool and dry place. If you would like to keep the product longer than that, you can freeze it. When you are ready to eat it, just set it on the counter for a few hours to thaw out, then enjoy!
12/11/2012 -- Do you ship to Canada? We do not have your products up here
Response From King's Hawaiian Bakery: Unfortunately, we are not yet doing business in Canada but really want to be there and hope to one day. We really appreciate your enthusiasm for our products and messages like yours are helpful by confirming that there is interest.
11/17/2012 -- Do you recommend storing the sweet rolls at room temperature or refrigerated?
Response From King's Hawaiian Bakery: We recommend storing them at room temperature. Although refrigeration might extend the shelf life, it tends to dry them out.
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