Fresh Organic Ramen Noodles
Restaurant Quality in the Grocery Store
Umi Organic is making the first-ever refrigerated organic ramen noodle for the grocery store. Delicious, chewy, and healthy, Umi noodles cook in 2 minutes, creating a quick-and-easy foundation for a wholesome meal. Check out our recipes for inspiration on the many ways you can use your noodle.
In Japan, ramen is more than just a bowl of soup. It’s an expression of place. Our noodles feature high protein Western wheat and whole grain barley flour from Myrtle Creek Farm, giving them exceptional nutritional value and a nutty, delicious flavor that speaks to the character of our region. Umi Organic ramen noodles are for people short on time but discerning about quality.
Umi Organic fresh ramen noodles have only six ingredients — organic wheat, organic barley, water, sea salt, organic wheat gluten, and kansui. What's kansui? It's a combination of mineral salts that gives ramen noodles their springy resilience. Our noodles are certified organic by Oregon Tilth and naturally vegan.
In September 2019, we will premiere our first ramen kit to take your meal to the next level. We are starting with Noodles with Miso Sesame sauce, inspired by the Japanese dish Hiyashi Chuka. You can add your own favorite toppings to complete the dish.
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12g dietary fiber
20% daily iron
Fresh Organic Whole Grain Yakisoba Stir-Fry Noodles
We developed a yakisoba noodle specifically for Portland Public Schools with 50% whole grains to meet federal nutrition guidelines. We are using whole grain organic durum and Edison flour from Camas Country Mill in Junction City, Oregon. Our yakisoba has great chewiness and flavor, plus they are extremely easy to use because we boil, chill, and oil the noodles before packing. All you have to do is pan-fry them! These noodles made their school lunch debut on May 14, 2019. We are now exploring additional wholesale and grocery options. In the Portland area and interested in tasting the noodles? Reach us at email@example.com for more info.