This snack has been around when I was in primary school. Back then, I think one packet costs 10 sen and the packet was much bigger. A packet now costs only 20 sen.
So, have you eaten this?
Are you from my ‘era’?
Out of curiousity, I bought a 30-pack bundle. And now, I am hooked. It is not the modern typical snack which has lots of air and MSG. Popo Muruku Ikan is denser and has more crunch to it.
They even have a website at Thien Cheong Sdn. Bhd. with its own online shopping. Hmmm…not bad for a tiny manufacturing company, eh?
I am sure Popo is available in most supermarkets and hypermarkets. Go get some and have some snacks while we watch the sandiwara 916 unfolding right in front of our eyes. Get some kuaci Cap Helang and some popcorn too. We are in for a long, interesting, mud-slinging ride. Woohoo!
(and no, this is not an advertorial. I gotta pay 20 sen to eat the thing, ok?)