Some consumers are accustomed to treating instant noodles as
low-end foods, which are mainly brewed, and they also bear the
stigma of single nutrition. But in South Korea, Japan and other
countries, people love instant noodles beyond imagination. South
Korea consumes 74 packs of instant noodles per capita annually.
Instant noodles as a fast food have not only penetrated into the
daily diet. There are also ramen restaurants specializing in
instant noodles. And a pot specially used to make instant noodles. Instant Noodle Production Lines Are Becoming More And More Popular
In the eyes of Koreans, instant noodles are not only simple, fast,
affordable, but also nutritious, delicious and healthy. They are an
indispensable food for almost every family. Whether you are at
home, at work, or when you go shopping, you can eat as long as you
want. As a "national food", instant noodles have developed into a
unique and mature culture.
Momofuku Ando mentioned in his memoirs. When I heard these rumors,
I was very surprised. "It's hard to imagine that food dried with
160°C hot oil will have safety problems." Later investigations
found that it was a counterfeit product, and eventually the
innocence of the chicken ramen was restored.