19 Popular Snacks That Are Actually Made In Malaysia, Listed According To State

We know they're 'Buatan Malaysia', but where exactly?

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1. Mamee

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Mamee is a product of Mamee-Double Decker Sdn Bhd, a company established in Melaka in 1971.

The company is also the producer of all-time favourite snack brands Double Decker, Mister Potato, and Corntoz.

2. Super Ring

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Super Ring is manufactured by Oriental Food Industries, which was established in Melaka in 1996.

The company also produces other famous snacks such as Rota, Jacker, and Zess.

3. Julie's biscuits

Julie's was born in Alor Gajah, Melaka and produced by Perfect Food Manufacturing Sdn Bhd, which was established in 1981.


4. Miaow Miaow

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Miaow Miaow is a homegrown snack company that was set up in 1975 in Batu Pahat, Johor.

5. Snek Ku

Snek Ku, known for its iconic snacks Mi-Mi and Tam Tam, was established in Batu Pahat, Johor in 1976.

6. Munchy's

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Munchy's, famous for biscuit brands LEXUS, MUZIC, and Oat Krunch, was founded in Batu Pahat, Johor in 1991 by brothers SK Tan and LK Tan.

7. Apollo layer cakes

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Apollo was founded in 1994 in Johor Bahru.

8. Hup Seng cream crackers

Hup Seng had its humble beginnings in Batu Pahat, Johor in 1957 by four Kerk brothers.

The company also produces childhood favourite Cap Ping Pong Chocolate Teddy Biscuits and Kerk Sultana Biscuits.

9. Hwa Tai biscuits

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Hwa Tai, famous for its Siang Siang Cream Crackers and LUXURY assorted biscuits, was founded in 1962 and is headquartered in Batu Pahat, Johor.

Negeri Sembilan

10. Himalaya Salt Sports Candy

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Himalaya Salt Sports Candy is a product of Nicko Jeep Manufacture Sdn Bhd, which was established in 2001 in Tampin, Negeri Sembilan.

The company also produces the popular Big Foot Lollipops.


11. Crispy chocolatey rice cereal

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Crispy is produced by Network Food Industries Sdn Bhd, which is based in Shah Alam, Selangor. It was founded in 1973.

Kuala Lumpur

12. Beryl's chocolates

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Beryl's was established in 1995 in Desa Serdang, Kuala Lumpur.

The homegrown chocolate brand is so famous that it has moved its manufacturing facility to Seri Kembangan to increase production, and also opens its factory to the public for educational tours.


13. Pagoda groundnuts

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Pagoda Menglembu Groundnuts started from a small smokehouse in Sungai Siput, Perak in 1945.

14. Ngan Yin groundnuts

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Another local brand synonymous with groundnuts is Ngan Yin's Cap Tangan. The business was established in 1945 in Kampar, Perak.


15. PoPo Fish Muruku

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Penang-based company Thien Cheong started making PoPo Fish Muruku in the 1970s. There's a sweet backstory to why there's a topless baby on the packaging.


16. Cocon fruit puddings

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Cocon is said to be the pioneer and largest manufacturer of pudding in Malaysia. The company was established in Sungai Petani, Kedah in 1993.


17. Dahfa Dried Fish Fillet

Dahfa Dried Fish Fillet is a product of Dahfa Foods Manufacturing Sdn Bhd, which is located in Kuching, Sarawak.


18. Hari Hari keropok

Hari Hari Snack Food is renowned for its snacks such as Coco Delite, Abangku Cheese, and Abangku Udang. The company was founded in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah in 1977.

19. Tasen snack crackers

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Tasen snack crackers are manufactured by Mikita Food Industries, which is based in Sandakan, Sabah.

Meanwhile, this list of iconic snacks that are not from Malaysia may surprise you:

If you're feeling peckish, there are plenty of online stores where you can find all types of nostalgic keropok:

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