Ho-Land brand of Hopia
Hopya are thick pastries created by Fukienese immigrants from China. These treats can have different shapes and fillings. The most common type is round and filled with black mung-bean paste. In the Philippines, a novelty item that has become mainstream is hopiang ube, which substitutes purple yam for the mung beans.
On the label: “Keep Refrigerated”
How long will they keep? If refrigerated, one month from best before date. If frozen, six months from the best before date.
Ingredients: Purple Yam, Enriched Wheat Flour, White Cane Sugar, Corn Oil, Butter
Manufactured by Ho-Land Bakery in Binondo, Manila, Philippines — The World’s Oldest Chinatown!
Chinese characters: 紫芋薯餅
BFAD NO. RDII-MM-F-2135 U.S. FDA #17631164326