Dufil Prima Foods, maker of Indomie Instant noodles, has introduced its new line extension, Indomie Relish, into the Port Harcourt market.
The unveiling in PH followed an earlier unveiling in Lagos and Abuja, a statement from the firm said.
The statement read in part, “Indomie Relish offers a complete meal experience with real chicken and sausage chunks in the chicken flavour packs and real fish chunks and fish powder in the seafood flavour packs. It provides all ingredients that make a meal complete like tomato and onion sauce, dried pepper, seasoning powder and oil.”
The Product Manager, Indomie Relish, Ginny Tewatia, was quoted as saying that no chemical was added to preserve the real chicken, fish and hot dog chunks contained in the two flavours of Indomie Relish. He said, “Real meat used in Indomie Relish lasts longer because of a technology called ‘Freeze Drying’ and not by adding preservatives and chemicals.
“It is a process by which moisture is reduced by freezing the meat at extremely low temperature and removing the frozen moisture from the meat. Low temperature freezing reduces the bacteria and moisture thereby increasing the shelf life.
“When the water is added to the meat, it regains original texture and taste, because there are no additional artificial additives in it. We did this to give consumers the fresh taste of chicken and hotdog or seafood, depending on their preferences.”
Posted by Juliet Ekwebelam (Punch)