|Type||public Kabushiki gaisha|
|Traded as||TYO: 2897
|Founded||Izumiotsu, Osaka, Japan (September 4, 1948 )|
|Headquarters||Osaka HQ: 1-1, Nishi-Nakajima Yonchome, Yodogawa-ku, Osaka, Japan
Tokyo: 28-1, Shinjuku Rokuchome, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
(Vice President and COO)
|Revenue||¥374,932 million (March 2011)|
|Operating income||¥34,537 million (March 2011)|
|Net income||¥20,756 million (March 2011)|
|Total assets||¥409,748 million (March 2011)|
|Total equity||¥277,595 million (March 2011)|
|Employees||7,505 (as of March 31, 2011)|
|Subsidiaries||Nissin Food Products Co., Ltd.
Nissin Cisco Co., Ltd.
Nissin Frozen Foods Co., Ltd.
Nissin Chilled Foods Co., Ltd.
|Type||public Kabushiki gaisha|
|Founded||October 1, 2008(to take over the instant food business from the former Nissin Food Products Co., Ltd.)|
|Headquarters||1-1, Nishi-Nakajima Yonchome, Yodogawa-ku, Osaka, Japan|
|Key people||Susumu Nakagawa
|Parent||Nissin Foods Holdings Co., Ltd.|
Nissin Foods is a Japanese company that makes instant noodles. It was established in Japan on September 4, 1948 by Momofuku Ando as Nissin Food Products Co., Ltd. of Japan (日清食品株式会社 Nisshin Shokuhin Kabushiki-gaisha?) and ten years later introduced the first instant ramen noodle product, Chikin Ramen (Chicken Ramen). They established a US subsidiary Nissin Foods in 1970 and sold instant ramen noodle products under the name Top Ramen. Instant noodles (1958) and cup noodles (1971) were both invented by Momofuku Ando. Nissin Foods has its headquarters in Yodogawa-ku, Osaka. The company moved to its current headquarters in 1977, when the construction of the building was completed.
Nissin Foods has established offices and factories in various countries, such as Brazil (since 1981), Hong Kong (since 1985), India (since 1992), Germany (since 1993), Thailand (since 1994), China (since 1995), and Mexico (since 2000). Their products are also sold in Philippines, Taiwan, Singapore, Canada, Sweden, Malaysia, and Australia.
In 2007, Myojo Foods Co., Ltd. became a wholly owned subsidiary of Nissin Foods.
- Nissin Top Ramen
- Nissin Chikin Ramen
- Nissin Cup Noodles
- Doll Brand - created by Winner Food Products Limited (est. 1968), a subsidiary of Nissin since 1984
- Chow Mein 
- Chow Noodle 
- Bowl Noodles, Rich and Savory, and Hot And Spicy
- Spice Route Bowl and Boxes, Sichuan, Korean, and Thai
- NuPasta Bowls and bags
Demae Ramen or Demae Itcho (Japanese: 出前一丁 which translates to "delivery one order'") was first introduced in Japan in 1969 and entered the market in Hong Kong the next year. Since then, it has become one of the most popular instant noodle brands in Hong Kong, with a wide range of flavours.
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- Corporate Information: History
- Corporate Information: Business Overview
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- Nissin - official history
- Nissin Food Germany - History, Germany
- Nissin Thailand - company profile
- Nissin China - History
- Nissin Mexico - History (Spanish)
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