Discover the culinary wonders of mooncakes, where tradition meets modern flair, in celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Yong Sheng founded in 1952, is a culinary institution in Muar, Malaysia, renowned for its hand-crafted pastries, snacks, and mooncakes. For over half a century, it has been the go-to place for locals seeking traditional treats and meaningful gifts. Originally a neighborhood bakery, Yong Sheng’s popularity soared in the 1980s when its products became cherished gifts for friends and family abroad, even among foreign visitors to Muar. Today, their mission extends beyond delicious food; they are dedicated to preserving local traditions and culture, particularly through their celebrated mooncakes. In every bite, you savor a slice of history, a taste of tradition, and the essence of Malaysian culture.
Established in 1980, Yu-Ai 友爱 is a Malaysian food industry pioneer. Originating as a filling specialist, it has since diversified into Mid-Autumn Festival mooncakes, edible fillings, and three-in-one instant beverages. The company also offers OEM production and custom biscuit services. Its reach now extends to Southeast Asian nations. Yu-Ai, a cherished local brand rooted in paste-making for baked goods, boasts over three decades of expertise. Renowned for their authentic mooncakes with less sugar and no preservatives, Yu-Ai combines tradition with health-consciousness. Yu-Ai mooncakes represent a legacy of authenticity, health, and history that began in 1980.
Founded in 1987, Purple Cane has redefined tea culture through immersive experiences. In 1996, they established Malaysia’s largest tea art center, and in 1997, introduced the country’s first tea restaurant, emphasizing healthier, tea-infused cuisine. Their innovation extends to mooncakes, like the Halal-certified Red Bean Puer Tea (Dried Tangerine Peel) and Double Yolk Tea Mooncake. These mooncakes are not only delightful but also healthier, with zero preservatives, reduced sugar, and less oil. Purple Cane’s commitment to blending tradition with health and artistry is evident in every bite, making them a pioneer in modern tea-infused culinary traditions.
Founded in 1948, Fai Fong Bakery has been a cornerstone in Batu Arang, Selangor, specializing in wedding cakes, wedding gift supplies, and New Year gifts. In 2009, they moved to a new plant in Kuala Lumpur to ensure impeccable product quality and taste. Committed to excellence, Fai Fong Bakery expanded its offerings to include “Fai Fong Jiapin” in 2008, a one-stop wedding shop in Kepong, Selangor, offering wedding supplies, gift items, and consulting services. As they continue to grow, Fai Fong Bakery remains dedicated to delivering top-quality products and services while expanding their range to meet consumers’ evolving needs.
In 1985, Tai Thong embarked on a mooncake-making journey with a singular mission: to craft the finest mooncakes for Malaysians. Guided by the visionary Master Chef Yiu Wing Keung, they have achieved remarkable milestones, selling over 100 million mooncakes worldwide. Notably, in 2003, Tai Thong pioneered the introduction of snow skin mooncakes (crystalline mooncakes). Their enduring creativity and unwavering commitment to quality shine through, adhering strictly to their food safety standards, free from preservatives, GMOs, artificial coloring, and flavoring. Tai Thong’s mooncakes remain a testament to their dedication to delivering the best in every bite.