Koka noodles

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Koka are a brand of instant noodle, manufactured by Tat Hui Foods - a company founded in Singapore in 1986. The noodles are available in a variety of flavours, as packets or cup noodles. Manufacturing and packaging is done at Tat Hui's factory in Jurong, Singapore. They are sold within Singapore, and since 1987 have been exported to markets in Europe, America and Australia.[1] Along with the Sanwa noodle brand, Tat Hui exports over 100 million packets a year,[2] and are a leading brand in Ireland, behind Unilever's Pot Noodle, where they are distributed by Boyne Valley Foods.[3]

Manufacture[edit]

Manufacturing and packaging is done at Tat Hui's factory in Jurong, Singapore. The noodles are air-dried rather than deep-fried in the usual Asian manner. In the United Kingdom version of their products, the flavouring powder contains monosodium glutamate. [4]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "About Us". tathui.com. 
  2. ^ David Llewely (28 Feb 2011). Invisible Gold in Asia: Creating Wealth Through Intellectual Property. Marshall Cavendish International. p. 164. 
  3. ^ "Noodles in Ireland". euromonitor.com. 
  4. ^ "Koka Noodles". tutorgigpedia.com. 

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