Maruchan Ramen Noodles Flavors

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1 25 Percent Less Sodium Beef

Most people already know that packaged ramen is far from a healthy food choice. Its not something you eat on the first day of your new diet or what you feed to a sick child. Therefore, any attempts to make it healthier are likely to fall flat.

Normal Beef Maruchan contains 790 mg of sodium, which accounts for about a third of your days salt intake. (Also, keep in mind this is in a single serving, and there are two servings in every package.) You may be disappointed to learn that the 25 percent less sodium Beef flavor isnt exactly healthy either. It has a whopping 540 mg of sodium per serving, which is still about a quarter of the salt you should eat in a day.

And with less salt, the flavor really falls flat. Lets be honest, Maruchan ramen would probably taste like nothing without the salt. Therefore, you can really tell when they take it away. And since the Beef flavor isnt our favorite flavor to begin with, youre left with a noodle dish that youll probably just want to throw in the trash.


Why is Maruchan discontinued?

There are four major types of Japanese ramen, decided by the tare, or base flavor: shio (salt-based ramen), shoyu (soy sauce-based ramen), miso (soybean paste-flavored ramen), and tonkotsu (pork bone broth ramen).

Are Maruchan ramen noodles discontinued?

Due to an unusually high spike in demand, many of your local stores may be out of stock of your favorite Maruchan items. We are working closely with our grocery store partners to ship as much product as possible but we ask for your patience during this time.

What flavor is the Blue Ramen?

Maruchan products remain on store shelves but not for long, Profeco says.

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