Sun Noodle Debuting Ramen Kits at New York City Whole Foods

Sun Noodle and Whole Foods have teamed up for two exclusive ramen kits

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Sun Noodle's ramen kits will be available exclusively at Whole Foods Market stores in New York CIty.

New York City ramen lab Sun Noodle, which supplies ramen shops including Ivan Ramen and Momofuku Noodle Bar, has announced an exclusive partnership with Whole Foods Market stores in New York City.

Sun Noodle will launch two new, pre-packaged, MSG-free ramen kits — Shoyu Ramen and Miso Ramen — exclusively at Whole Foods locations in the city.

The ramen noodles will be made fresh at the Sun Noodle factory in New Jersey, and available in refrigerated packs, paired with concentrated soy sauce or miso base. Shoppers will select their own meats, vegetables, and other seasonings.

“We are excited about our partnership with Whole Foods Market which will make our products readily available to anyone who enjoys Japanese ramen in New York City,” said Kenshiro Uki, general manager of Sun Noodle New Jersey. “This will provide a new venue to continue our mission of educating the public about authentic Japanese ramen in one of the most vibrant cities in United States.”

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Karen Lo is an associate editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @appleplexy.

 

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