About this item
- Gansito snack cakes
- Chocolate cakes
- Filled with strawberry jelly and cream
- 24 cakes
Snack cakes are the go-to sweet choice for most consumers. They are handy, often come individually wrapped, and they satisfy the desire for cake or cookies without having to bake it yourself. Marinela® Gansito Snack Cakes (24 pack) give you a unique take on the traditional snack cake. Filled with strawberries and cream and covered with chocolate, you get the rich flavor of a decadent dessert.
What Is the Nutritional content of Marinela Gansito Snack Cakes?
Each cake is a serving. The Gansito calories for each cake is 200 with 72 calories from fat. There are 8 grams of fat with 6 grams of saturated fat. Each Gansito cake has 15 milligrams of cholesterol with 120 milligrams of sodium. The snacks have 29 grams of carbohydrates with 21 grams of sugar and 2 grams of protein. You do get 10% of your daily value of iron and 2% of vitamin A with 4% of calcium.
Where Do Marinela Snacks Originate?
Marinela Gansito snacks, like all Marinela cookies, originate from Mexico. These favorite snack cakes are distributed by Bimbo® Bakeries from Pennsylvania. However, they are the same recipe that was made famous by the Marinela baking group in Mexico.
Are the Gansito Snacks Individually Wrapped?
Each Gansitio snack cake is individually wrapped for freshness. This box of goodies is individually labeled for resale. They each contain an individual UPC allowing you to stock your store or concession stand with them. You can also use them in vending machines for quick on-the-go snacks. Of course, they work well as treats added to lunch boxes.
How Do You Store Marinela Snacks?
They do not have to be refrigerated. You can store the snacks on the shelf in your pantry or on the store shelf at your shop. It would be best if you consumed them by the expiration date. However, they process in such a way that they have a long shelf life. If you want, you can freeze them to keep them fresh for months past the expiration date. However, it is not necessary.