Maruchan (マルちゃん), is an Japanese brand of ramen noodles and related products produced by Toyo Suisan Kaisha, Ltd of Tokyo, Japan. The Maruchan brand is used for noodle products in Japan, and as the operating name for Toyo Suisan's division in the United States, Maruchan Inc. In 1972, Toyo Suisan entered the American market with Maruchan USA, and in 1977, established a plant in Irvine, California. Maruchan has other plants in Richmond, Virginia, and one in San Antonio, Texas. Maruchan produces over 3.6 billion packages of ramen noodle soup a year.
Toyo Suisan Kaisha, Ltd of Tokyo, Japan, founded in 1953, is a consumer packaged foods company in Japan. Toyo Suisan’s effort to become an international food company brought them to the United States, where, in 1972, they established Maruchan USA. At first, Maruchan USA was only a marketing company, importing and distributing ramen from Japan. After operating for five years as a distributor of imported products, Maruchan built its own manufacturing facility in Irvine, California and in 1977 began producing Maruchan brand ramen at the Irvine factory. Since 1977 Maruchan has grown steadily and has become an industry leader in North America, alongside other instant noodle brands such as Nissin Top Ramen and Sapporo Ichiban.
Maruchan is a Japanese word composed of two parts, maru and chan. Maru literally means round, as in the shape of a ball or a happy child’s face. In Japanese, round has a connotation of friendliness. The word chan is an honorific suffix, used affectionately for a child or for a person one finds endearing.
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Wed, 08 Oct 2014 11:56:15 -0700
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San Jose Mercury News
San Jose Mercury News
Mon, 22 Sep 2014 14:56:15 -0700
Maruchan and Nissen are the most common brands in the U.S., but Asian supermarkets stock myriad options in a vast range of flavors and styles, ranging from bland to entirely slurp-worthy, offering surprisingly big, complex flavors. Here's the scoop on ...
OC Weekly (blog)
OC Weekly (blog)
Thu, 02 Oct 2014 06:07:30 -0700
I'm a Maruchan Man myself, but let's be honest, cup noodle is cup noodle. Follow Stick a Fork In It on Twitter @ocweeklyfood or on Facebook! And don't forget to download our free Best Of App here! You can also follow Charles Lam on Twitter @charlesnlam.
Tue, 23 Sep 2014 04:16:16 -0700
Ramen maker Maruchan Inc. goes 85% to Republicans. All of which may help explain why so many college students take solace in the one place where the scales tilt, appropriately, nearer to the place we can all meet in the middle. Beer. Though Coors ...
Tue, 21 Oct 2014 13:03:45 -0700
このため、２１日からＰＶを特設ホームページ（http://www.maruchan-ondo.jp/)や動画投稿サイト「ユーチューブ」で公開したほか、今後は全国の各種映像コンテストに応募するなどし、今年度の調査では認知度６０％を目指したい考えだ。 ＰＶに出演した田辺信宏市長は、２１日の ...
Wed, 15 Oct 2014 08:33:45 -0700
Para ello, a fin de lograr el control absoluto, con el claro aval del Presidente nacional del PAN, Gustavo Madero, recurren a las afiliaciones “maruchan” y en tan solo unos días, logran mucho más militantes, que todos los que habían logrado afiliar en ...
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