Live to 100 finds out all about the instant noodle manufacturer Indomie
Who is Indomie?
Indomie is a brand of instant noodles manufactured by Indofood, the largest instant noodle manufacturer in Indonesia with 72% of market share. It is distributed in Australia, Asia, Africa, New Zealand, the United States, Canada and European and Middle Eastern countries.
Are Indomie Noodles popular?
Research company Kantar World Panel recently published a list of most sold-out brands in the world for 2016. As reported by Business Insider on Wednesday, January 4, 2017, an instant noodle brand produced by PT Indofood Sukses Makmur, Indomie, is listed in the ten most sold out brands in the world. The ranks were determined based on the number of households that bought a particular brand, and the frequency of the purchase
Are they a healthy option? If so, how?
As the saying goes - you are what you eat.
Indomie has come a long way since its humble beginnings in the 1970's. Our noodles are made from carefully selected ingredients, the best quality flour and fresh spices from the natural resources of Indonesia giving it a unique and delicious taste.
What flavours are popular?
Indomie is spiced for the Indonesian palate. The most popular flavour is Indomie Mi Goreng, followed by Indomie Soto Mie (Noodle Soto flavour), Indomie Ayam Bawang (Onion chicken), Indomie Kari Ayam (chicken curry), Indomie Kaldu Ayam (chicken stock) and Indomie Ayam Spesial (special chicken).
How do you prepare flavoured noodles?
There are many ways you can enjoy Indomie Noodles. They can be prepared as a wet noodle or soup noodle dish making them versatile. Indomie Noodles can also be used for a wide range of delicious and nutritious meals
Is there anything I need to know about Indomie Noodles?
All Indomie products are Halal certified by the Indonesian Ulama Council.
The palm oil used in Indomie products are sourced from IndoAgri who implements environmentally sustainable agricultural practices. IndoAgri is a member of RSPO and fully supports the criteria set by RSPO for sustainable production of its crude palm oil
See also: Taste of Indonesia