Pasokin, traditionally called Paçoca (Pronounced Pah-sō-Kah) was invented by settlers during the Colonial period in Brazil, using peanuts, cassava flour, sugar and salt. This simple food easily became a popular home-made and massively produced tasty treat.  Paçoca is most commonly eaten during the Brazilian Festival “Festa Junina”, where the snack is part of a collection of traditional celebratory foods consumed to signify the beginning of harvest.  Known for its distinct dry texture and sweet taste, it is the perfect representation of the fun and food shared during the festival and is one of Brazil’s most beloved traditional snack’s!


Cane Sugar


and Love!


In order to keep this snack simple and lively PASOKIN uses Peanuts, Cane Sugar, Salt and Love in our Formula!