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About Meiji

At a Glance

At a Glance

Get to know Meiji at a glance – from our core business to our most important numbers.

Yan Yan

Meiji was an early pioneer of the chocolate dipping snack category. In 1979, we released Yan Yan, an exciting snack featuring stick-shaped biscuits and a chocolate dip on the side. A big success with kids, we began exporting Yan Yan to Singapore in 1982. Now, people around the world can enjoy the tasty treat in 40 countries, each region featuring carefully customized flavors, creams, and toppings.

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Yan Yan in the World

Launched in Singapore in 1982, Yan Yan has expanded to other countries, including Singapore, China, the United States, Thailand and many more. Fans of Yan Yan can enjoy larger sizes, exciting themes, and premium versions of the snack depending on their region. Wherever Yan Yan is in the world, there’s always something new and delicious to try.

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Product

Product information follows Japanese food labeling standards.

Product information follows Japanese food labeling standards.

Yan Yan tsukebo 48g
Chocolate snack
Weight: 48g
Ingredients: Chocolate cream (vegetable oil and fat, sugar, whole milk powder, skimmed milk powder, cocoa mass, cocoa powder), crackers (wheat flour, sugar, vegetable oil and fat, shortening, salt, whole milk powder, yeast, cheese powder), topping [processed sugar products (sugar, starch, cornflour, starch syrup)] / emulsifier, inflating agent, colorant (caramel, beet red, gardenia, flavonoid, carotenoid) coloring (caramel, beet red, gardenia, flavonoids, carotenoids), flavoring, polysaccharide thickener, (contains wheat, milk ingredients, soybeans)
Storage: 30°C or lower
Nutrition
per pack (48g)
Energy259kcal
Protein3.2g
Fat14.3g
Carbohydrate29.3g
Salt equivalent0.3g