China’s Instant Noodle Consumption Slumps Due to Shrinking Rural Migration and Increased Food Delivery Options

With their tangy sauces and sachets of dried meat and vegetables, instant noodles were once the bedrock of China’s convenience food, but their sales had declined drastically in recent years. For Geng Mei, an English teacher in Beijing, munching bowls full of steaming instant noodles was a highlight of her childhood…Full Article: Xinhua Dec 2017

Online Promotion between Master Kong Instant Noodles and Tech Company LeEco Suffers from Code ‘Glitches’

Massive product code glitches at instant noodle company Master Kong have generated over 100,000 subscribers to China’s leading internet-television company LeEco to pay as low as 0.8 yuan ($0.11) for one account on the black market, instead of the standard 15 yuan a month. The glitches happened after Master Kong and LeEco, formerly LeTV, launched

“Master Kong” Instant Noodles to Focus on the Mainland After Exiting Taiwanese Market

A popular instant food maker said Tuesday [3 January 2016] that its Chinese mainland business will not be affected by the dissolution of its subsidiary in Taiwan. The Tianjin-based Tingyi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp., which makes and sells “Master Kong” instant noodles, beverages, and other foods, confirmed Tuesday that its subsidiary Master Kong (Taiwan) Foods

River Snail Rice Noodle, a Delicacy of Guangxi Region, Records Increasing Sales Across China and Abroad

Liuzhou, a traditionally industrial city best known for its steel and automobile manufacturing, has been promoting its signature street food to more dining tables at home and abroad. Each day, workers from Luobawang Food Company of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region need to print 2,000 order forms and distribute more than 20,000 packages of instant river

Sanlu, Company at the Heart of the 2008 Adulterated Milk Powder Scandal, Looks to Sell Organic Noodles

Sanlu, the dairy brand that nearly disappeared from the public eye after its tainted milk killed at least six infants in 2008, has made its way back into the market, this time in Zhejiang province. The brand, now owned by Zhejiang Sanlu Industrial Co, no longer makes dairy products and instead produces organic products such

Shaanxi, “Province of Chinese Noodles,” Fails to Make List of Top 10 Chinese Noodles

Shaanxi noodles, a popular Chinese dish, failed to make the “top 10 Chinese popular noodles” list that was released during the first Culture of Chinese Noodles Festival. The 10 dishes listed are: Wuhan hot noodles with sesame paste, Beijing noodles with fried beans and meat sauce, Shanxi sliced noodles, Henan Xiaoji stewed noodles, Lanzhou ramen,

Malaysian Noodle Manufacturer Acquires Increased Share in Chinese Wheat Processor

Vermicelli manufacturer KBB Resources Bhd, which has proposed to acquire a 10% stake in Shandong-based World Granary Holding Ltd (Tianxia) for RM21 million [US$6.81 million] through a share swap, intends to increase its stake in the Chinese company to 20% within a year after proposal submission, said its personal assistant to group managing director Kelvin