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xdrixn Jun 4, 2009 04:18 PM

hello chowhounders!
does anyone know where i can find bulk (like 1000) fortunes to put into fortune cookies?
i don't want the cookies.
i don't want to print my own.
i am interested in the traditional chinese restaurant style.

let me know!

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  1. monku RE: xdrixn Jun 4, 2009 04:53 PM

    Check out Amay's cookie & noodle company. They are one of the largest fortune cookie manufacturers in LA.

    837 E Commercial St Los Angeles, CA 90012
    (located on the edge of Little Tokyo by the 101 freeway)
    (213) 626-2713
    Open Weekdays 8am-4:30pm

    There's also another fortune cookie manufacturer in Chinatown on New High Street between Ord Street and Cesar Chavez Avenue (1/2 block from Cesar Chavez)....the name escapes me at this moment.

    1. ipsedixit RE: xdrixn Jun 4, 2009 10:47 PM

      Are you particularly interested in the inserts with the broken English?

      1. mnosyne RE: xdrixn Jun 5, 2009 10:41 AM

        Don't all fortunes say "Peking Noodle Co." on the back??

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          ozhead RE: mnosyne Jun 5, 2009 01:44 PM

          No, they all say, "Help! I'm being held prisoner at Peking Noodle Co." on the back.

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            monku RE: mnosyne Jun 5, 2009 05:13 PM

            Right, Peking Noodle Company makes fortune cookies too.
            They also make those fried noodles I like. You can check with them. Who knows if they'll sell them to you. I go there to buy one or two cases of their organanic somen noodles which are pretty good. They sell wholesale to the public, but you have to buy by the case.

            Peking Noodle Co
            www.pekingnoodle.com
            1514 N San Fernando Rd
            Los Angeles, CA 90065
            (323) 223-2023

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            annyahs_mommy RE: xdrixn May 20, 2010 09:49 AM

            Did you ever find them? I am looking too, and cant seem to find a thing! thanks!

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              monku RE: annyahs_mommy May 21, 2010 10:43 AM

              Are you only looking for the "fortunes" like the OP?
              Then check with Amays or Peking Noodle Company, they're both still in business.

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