New Facility for Food Manufacturer Osem Means Double the Bamba
The Israeli food manufacturer has opened a new manufacturing facility for its popular peanut butter-flavored puffed corn snack, Bamba. Introduced in the 1960s, Bamba has become synonymous with Israeli childhood
Nurit Kadosh | 15:02 19.02.2019
Israeli food manufacturer Osem Group has opened a new manufacturing facility for its peanut butter-flavored puffed corn snack, Bamba. With the new facility, Osem intends to double the manufacturing capacity of the beloved snack. “Our dream is to see Bamba in every supermarket in the U.S. and in Europe,” Avi Ben Assayag, CEO of Osem, said Tuesday at the inauguration of the new plant. For daily updates, subscribe to our newsletter by clicking here. Generations of Israeli kids grew up eating Bamba, first introduced in the 1960s. The popular snack is considered highly nutritious and is often credited with lowering peanut allergy rates in the country because kids here are exposed to it early on.