Mi goreng – two words that everyone in Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia is well acquainted with. Literally translated, it means fried noodles, but the term has become synonymous with Indomie’s iteration of it.
Indomie has also become almost synonymous with instant noodles in Indonesia. Many of the people there grew up eating the popular brand. But in recent years, the brand has become a global hit, finding popularity not only across Southeast Asia but also in Australia and Nigeria.
However, even though the brand offers dozens of flavors, its ‘’mi goreng’’or fried noodle flavor, has consistently remained it’s most popular.
One social media user also called her the ‘’Mother of Indomie’’, adding that she created the most beautiful work. Others posted pictures of their own Indomie creations online.
According to local news outlets quoting Indofood – the company which owns the noodle brand – Nuraini passed away on Wednesday afternoon. Her cause of death is not very clear. A spokesperson said she ‘’returned peacefully to Allah’’.
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