Wafer sticks are a bread resembling the shape of a hollow tube. The flavor is applied inside in a spring like pattern. It became a hottie due to its unique presentation, yummy taste and cheap price. It looks like a pencil that can be put inside the mouth.
If I was not mistaken, the pioneer brand of wafer sticks here was the Stik-O. She used to liked it when she was pregnant to our first baby. Other brands are Superstix and Nissin. I think this two are new. The first flavor was chocolate then they are now producing other flavor variants.
To gain more market, the brand Superstix packed their product in a lunch box. Yes it really look like a rectangular lunch box.It can be used a lunch box when all the wafer sticks are munched.
The plastic box is freezer safe and food safe as indicated on bottom. It is made of polypropylene polymer – generally recommended for food contact. Can be used for microwave heating.
This wafer stick has activ-e4. I searched over google and found no results about the meaning of activ-e4. The brand is active in television commercials so I waited for it. Still found nothing. Their television ad is stating the same thing. Superstix is now with energy boosting activ-e4. It is a good source of Vitamins B1, B2, iron and calcium. Calcium is included though it was not mentioned on front label panel.
The Activ-E4 might be the four nutrients namely:
1) Calcium = 6 mg
2) Iron = 6 mg
3) Vitamin B1 = less than 1 mg
4) Vitamin B2 = less than 1 mg
The amount of nutrients indicated is per serving basis. Anyone would get those amount every single wafer stick. Plus an additional of 14 g carbohydrates.
Marvin is the lead chocolate maker of Ben and Lyn Chocolate Inc. Has strong background in food research and development. Occasionally conducts training and lectures. Lecturer of Cocoa Foundation of the Philippines. Do coaching and consultancy services on his free time.