We’re excited to be part of a new and exciting partnership with the folks behind the world’s largest ramen shop
Ars Technic’s sister site Ars Techno is thrilled to announce that it has partnered with the creators of the world-leading ramen snacks brand, RapNoodle.
RapNoodle is the world leader in premium ramen noodles and is well known for their noodles, which are typically made with the finest ingredients available.
The brand has grown from its humble beginnings as a small ramen stall in the early 2000s, and now boasts more than 30,000 restaurants across the globe, catering to the global market.
RapNoodles have been on a meteoric rise in popularity over the past few years, rising from around $1.50 per bowl in 2004 to a price of over $5.
Rap Noodle’s noodles are made from fresh, local, and local-grown ingredients, which means they have a higher nutritional value and are much healthier.
The company has even gone on to create their own ramen noodle flavors, like their Original Ramen Noodle which is a light and crunchy ramen made with a blend of Japanese-style noodles and their Signature Ramen.
Rap Noodle is also one of the few ramen makers in the world that uses only premium ingredients, including only premium rice.
They’ve partnered with two of the most popular brands of premium ramens in the market today: Mizuno and Yamaguchi.
The partnership gives RapNodle the opportunity to share the same premium ramenchos in a way that they haven’t done before, and allows them to leverage the brand’s massive scale and marketing clout to build a brand that consumers can feel good about eating.
“RapNoodle has grown exponentially over the years, with our ramen brands now selling in more than 120 countries worldwide, and growing every day.
We are excited to see them continue to expand their reach, and the partnerships with the other leading premium rameneries will help bring this success story to the world,” said RapNophiles chief marketing officer Scott McLeod.
RapRan noodles are currently available at some of the top ramen chains in the US, including Noodles and Ramen Co., and at more traditional ramen shops like the Cantina, Shioji, and Fukuoka.
Rapnoodle has a global network of more than 1,000 retail locations, including a flagship store in New York City, and has expanded its distribution across the world.
The ramen brand has recently entered into partnership with a number of brands that provide the company with a variety of ramen products.
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