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Bamba may refer to:

  • Bamba (actress), actress in the Philippines
  • Amadou Bamba, Muslim religious leader and founder of Mouridism
  • Bamba Anderson, Brazilian footballer playing for Borussia Mönchengladbach
  • Souleymane Bamba, French-Ivorian footballer representing Leicester City and the Cote d'Ivoire national football team
  • Bamba (snack), peanut butter snack food made in Israel and Germany
  • La Bamba (song)
  • Bamba people, an ethnic group found in Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • Bamba, an Aruban musical instrument - see Music of Aruba
  • Bamba, alternate spelling for Quechua word " Pampa", meaning plain.
  • Bambera, a Spanish cante or song form associated with flamenco.
  • Bamba Müller, Cairo girl who went on to marry royalty.
  • Princess Bamba Sutherland, last of the Punjab royalty
  • Bamba (film), a 1949 Mexican film
Bamba (snack)

Bamba is a peanut butter-flavored snack manufactured by the Osem corporation in Holon, Israel.

Bamba is one of the leading snack foods produced and sold in Israel. It has been marketed since 1964 with no decline in sales. Bamba makes up 25% of the Israeli snack market. Similar products from other domestic manufacturers include "Parpar" ( Telma, since 2000 a subsidiary of Unilever) and "Shush" ( Strauss).

Bamba is made from peanut butter-flavored puffed maize. Bamba contains no cholesterol, preservatives or food coloring, is enriched with several vitamins, and contains high amounts of fat and salt. The energy content is 544 calories per 100 grams. Bamba is certified Kosher by Badatz Jerusalem. Some describe it as " Cheez Doodles without the cheese."

Bamba (actress)

Marvee Bamba Leelin or Bamba was a former child actress in the Philippines. She won FAMAS Award 1986 for Best Child Actress in the movie Moomoo.

Usage examples of "bamba".

Nick Bamba were the young couple who had come to his rescue when he was a greenhorn from Down Below getting bitten by mosquitoes.

Lori Bamba who admitted him to the cottage was not the sunny personality he had known.

Qwilleran was going into the dining room for breakfast, Nick Bamba hailed him from the office.

Automatically, he scanned the premises for catly mischief, just as Nick Bamba scanned a vacated guest room for missing lightbulbs and dripping hot water faucets.

And the stopover in Port Chuma, capital of Gondwanaland, former European colony of Bamba del Oro, and now sovereign nation on the brink of social and economic catastrophe, was interminable.

The city still had much the colonial look of Gondwanaland when it was known as Bamba del Oro.

Nick Bamba scanned a vacated guest room for missing lightbulbs and dripping hot water faucets.