Which INDOMIE Noodle was prohibited? An Indonesian company called “IndoFood” manufactures Indomie Noodle, which was first distributed in Nigeria in 1988.
Tolaram Group obtained a “right of use” on the brand in 1995 in order to start a business in Port Harcourt, Nigeria that would manufacture “Indomie Instant Noodles” under the ownership of Dufil Prima Foods Plc. Salted Nut Roll Shot – The Perfect Recipe
Dufil currently operates 3 plants, Port Harcourt, Ogun and Kaduna the largest of which is in Kaduna, with a daily manufacturing capacity of 8 million packages each.
In Nigeria, there are roughly 16 other kinds of instant noodles competing, with “Indomie” only being a brand name. The traditional name for noodles is “noodle.” Golden Penny, Honeywell Noodles, Chikki Chikki, Cherrie, Tummy Tummy, Bestie, Jolly Jolly, and Master Noodles Golden are a few examples.
The Indomie Noodle that was prohibited is being manufactured in Indonesia not the one locally produced in Nigeria. Indomie has been on our ban list as long as Rice. Ika Salad Recipe and Ingredients
Dufil Prima Foods Plc’s “Instant Noodle” accounts for about 60-70% of Nigeria’s Noodle Market Share. Its safe to say that almost all the Indomie you see in shops and markets are produced in Nigeria.
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Nigerian one is called “Indomie Instant Noodles” and the imported in just “Indomie Noodles” Digestion: How Long Does It Take to Digest Food?