Bamba (snack)

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Bamba (Hebrew: בַּמְבָּה‎)
Place of origin Israel
Creator(s) Osem
Course served Snack
Main ingredient(s) Peanut butter
Variations Sweet Bamba, Nougat-filled Bamba
Approximate calories
per serving
544 per 100 grams
Bamba snack.jpg

Bamba (Hebrew: בַּמְבָּה‎) is an Israeli corn snack and is considered to be one of the most popular snacks for children.[source?]

Bamba has been made since 1963 [1] with no decline in sales. Bamba makes up 25% of the Israeli snack market.[2]

References[change | change source]

  1. Osem
  2. Granof, Leah (2007-01-11). "The Bisli Snack attack". The Jerusalem Post. Retrieved 2007-01-13.