Bambi Banat a.d. (Serbian Cyrillic: Бамби Банат а.д.) is a biscuit manufacturing company in Požarevac, Serbia. It was founded in 1967 and employed 37 people. Today Bambi is one of the largest and most profitable companies in the country. One of its signature products is biscuit called Plazma biscuit ().
From the start, the company's focus was on manufacturing biscuits made out of domestically grown grains with an emphasis on healthy food. Within the first ten years of its existence the company had 230 full-time employees and manufactured 3,100 tons of products. In 1979 it received its first award for consistency in quality. Over the years the company grew and expanded to different regions of former Yugoslavia.
In 1981 the company started production of their now famous Plazma biscuit, and today it is one of their best selling products. In 1990 the company started production of another well-known biscuit called Grandma's cookie (in SerbianБакин колач). In 1997 the company was the first in the country to receive international certificate for the standard in quality management ISO 9001 in food industry.