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Sun Noodle, Inc.
1933 Colburn St.
Honolulu, Hawaii 96819
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Monday - Friday: 7:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Sun Noodle FAQ
Sun Noodle currently has three. The Houston plant would be Sun Noodle's fourth. The existing factories are in Honolulu, Hawaii; Rancho Dominguez, California; and Carlstadt, New Jersey. Ramen is an increasingly popular dish in Texas and the central U.S. — there are several ramen shops in Houston. Additionally, Texas has become a prime location for Japanese corporations, bringing employees who are looking for quality ramen. Houston is also convenient to Mexico and South America, where Sun Noodle has a growing client base. Sun Noodle produces approximately 250,000 servings of noodles daily and ships them to clients around the globe. Sun Noodle works closely with chefs to customize noodles according to the type of broth they create. Sun Noodle makes more than 600 different varieties of noodles.
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