Homegrown snack food company Rebisco continues to accompany Filipinos during merienda. Its range of products is a staple in many sari-sari stores and supermarkets nationwide, reaching generations of the past and present since its founding in 1963.
“We’re proud of having been an important part of the nation’s celebrations for generations now,” said Rebisco marketing communications head Lulu dela Peña.
Kids and kids-at-heart fill their pockets with candies and sweets such as Lipps, Vita Cubes, Judge candies and gums, Chubby chewy candy, Krimstix cream paste, Superstix wafer sticks, Mister Yema, Mister Keso, Mister Melon, and Mister Buco candies.
Anyone looking for crunchy and savory finger food munch on Happy Peanuts and Ding Dong. For something that’s sweet, sour, and spicy all at the same time, Rebisco offers Dolce Tamarind Balls. For the more health-conscious, there’s Jeanne and Jamie’s guilt-free snacks.
All-time favorite snacks include Rebisco Sandwich and Hansel Sandwich. There are also Rebisco Crackers and Hansel Crackers that pair well with warm coffee or tea.
Chocolate lovers are treated to small treats like Choco Mucho Cookies and Wafertime Rich Cream. Those who want to indulge a little more, sweeter snacks are available for them to enjoy, like Choco Mucho chocolate bars, Doowee Donuts, Mrs. Goodman Choco Oatmeal, Topps Sarap, Whoopie marshmallow, and, of course, Fudgee Barr.
Chips come in the form of Funky, a potato snack that comes in various flavors; the crunchy, cheesy, and spicy corn snack Kruffs in Cheesy Jalapeno or Sour Cream and Chives; and the nacho-crispy goodness of Tostas, which has both smoky BBQ and savory cheese flavors in one pack.
Creamline ice cream offers different flavors and variants such as lollies and cups for kids and bigger tubs for the whole family.