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Nunuk Nuraini, The Creator Of Indomie’s ‘Mi Goreng’ Flavor, Is Dead

Nunuk Nuraini, The Creator Of Indomie's 'Mi Goreng' Flavor, Is Dead

It has been reported for that Nunuk Nuraini, the one who formulated ‘mi goreng’, Indomie noodles’ famous flavor, has passed on.

The lady unfortunately died at 59.

Nurlita Novi Arlaida, a representative for Indofood, an Indonesian organization that produces Indomie, broke the news in a short presentation.

“Ibu Hajjah Nunuk Nuraini died [yesterday] and returned calmly to Allah,” the organization was cited as saying.

Nuraini died on Wednesday. The reason for her demise, in any case, stays obscure as of the hour of recording this report.

The deceased filled in as a flavor improvement supervisor with Indofood’s moment noodle — a mainstream brand of noodles in South Asia, Australia and African nations including Nigeria — division for almost 30 years.

Nunuk was an alum of Padjadjaran University’s (Unpad) food innovation office in Bandung, West Java, a region in Indonesia.

She rode to the spotlight for starting a few mainstream Indonesian customary flavors for Indomie including ‘soto’, ‘rendang’, ‘chicken curry’, and ‘sambal matah’, just as the ‘mie goreng’ (singed noodles).

Accolades have since been pouring in for the dead via online media as information on her passing keeps on spreading.

Joining the brawl, Lambert Grijns, Netherlands minister to Indonesia, Timor-Leste and ASEAN, portrayed the perished as an “symbol.”

“An Indonesian symbol has died. Find happiness in the hereafter, ibu Nunuk Nuraini, you made the best mi goreng ever! #indomie,” he composed on Twitter.

BTLBlogger: Augustine Emmanuel

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