Koka (noodle brand)

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Product typeInstant noodles
Produced byTat Hui Foods Pte. Ltd.
MarketsSingapore, Europe, America, Australia, India.

Koka (可口; Kěkǒu) is brand of instant noodle, manufactured by Tat Hui Foods Pte. Ltd. - a company founded in Singapore in 1986. The noodles are available in a variety of flavours, as packets or cup noodles. They are sold within Singapore, and since 1987, [1] have been exported to markets across Asia, the Middle East, the United States, Europe, Africa and Oceania.[2] Along with the Sanwa noodle brand, Tat Hui exports over 100 million packets a year,[3] and are a leading brand in Ireland, behind Unilever's Pot Noodle, where they are distributed by Boyne Valley Foods.[4]


Koka's products are manufactured and packaged in Tat Hui's factory in Jurong, Singapore. Their noodles are air-dried rather than deep-fried in the usual Asian manner.


The KOKA Original line of noodle packets are produced in Chicken, Curry, Masala, Mi Goreng, Mushroom, Prawn, Spicy Stir-Fried, Tom Yum, Tomato, Vegetable and Beef flavours. KOKA Original noodle bowls are made in Mushroom, Chicken, Seafood, Tom Yum and Beef flavour. KOKA Original noodle cups come in Chicken & Corn, Mushroom, Curry, Seafood, Tom Yum, Vegetable, Beef, Chicken and Tomato.[5]

KOKA also have a KOKA Signature (Authentic Singapore), KOKA delight (low-fat), KOKA Silk (gluten free) and KOKA Purple Wheat (Antioxidant) range of noodles.[6]

KOKA Creamy Soup Is a range of soups containing noodle croutons.[7]

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  1. ^ "About Us". tathui.com. Archived from the original on 9 December 2013.
  2. ^ "Company Presentation KOKA Original" (PDF).
  3. ^ David Llewely (28 February 2011). Invisible Gold in Asia: Creating Wealth Through Intellectual Property. Marshall Cavendish International. p. 164.
  4. ^ "Noodles in Ireland". euromonitor.com.
  5. ^ "KOKA Original". KOKA Noodles. Retrieved 8 August 2019.
  6. ^ "HOME". KOKA Noodles. Retrieved 8 August 2019.
  7. ^ "KOKA Creamy Soup". KOKA Noodles. Retrieved 8 August 2019.

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