Otap is an oval-shaped puff pastry in the Philippines, especially common in Cebu where it originated. It usually consists of a combination of flour, shortening, coconut, and sugar. It is popularly purchased as a pasalubong product. Pasalubong is the Filipino tradition where travellers bring gifts from their destination to loved ones back home. Pasalubong can be any gift or souvenir brought for family or friends after being away for a period of time.
Magic Melt is not the first one to produce pasalubong delicacies. However, it is the first to produce a full range of pasalubong products in industrial scale with modern manufacturing plant and equipment. It is the first one to make a twist of this popular pasalubong products. This regular otap for example has other variants like ube, mango and coconut.
Flour, sugar, palm oil, coconut oil, salt.
The Magic Melt Regular Otap contains wheat and egg and is manufactured in a facility that produces other products that contain peanut, dairy, eggs and wheat.
Four pieces of the Magic Melt Regular Otap which is equivalent to 30 grams contain 130 calories. Fat content is 3 grams which is 5 percent of the required daily value. It has no saturated fat. It does not contain trans-fat. It has no cholesterol. Sodium content is 100 milligrams which is 4 percent of required daily value. Carbohydrate content is 23 grams (with fiber 1 gram, and sugars 9 grams). Carbohydrate content is 8 percent of the required daily requirement while fiber is equivalent to 3 percent of the required daily value. Protein content is 9 grams and calcium content is equivalent to 4 percent of the required daily value.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
The Magic Melt Regular Otap is ready to eat.
Store the Magic Melt Special Regular Otap in a cool dry place.
PACKAGING AND NET WEIGHT
The Magic Melt Regular Otap is packed in polyethylene plastics with a net weight of 150 grams per pack.