A man eats noodles served on a high-speed train from Guangzhou to Beijing. China’s demand for instant noodles has dropped 17 per cent over the past four years. Photo: Simon Song A man eats noodles served on a high-speed train from Guangzhou to Beijing. China’s demand for instant noodles has dropped 17 per cent over the past four years. Photo: Simon Song
A man eats noodles served on a high-speed train from Guangzhou to Beijing. China’s demand for instant noodles has dropped 17 per cent over the past four years. Photo: Simon Song
Consumers

China’s growing middle class lose appetite for instant noodles, preferring healthier meals ordered online

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A man eats noodles served on a high-speed train from Guangzhou to Beijing. China’s demand for instant noodles has dropped 17 per cent over the past four years. Photo: Simon Song A man eats noodles served on a high-speed train from Guangzhou to Beijing. China’s demand for instant noodles has dropped 17 per cent over the past four years. Photo: Simon Song
A man eats noodles served on a high-speed train from Guangzhou to Beijing. China’s demand for instant noodles has dropped 17 per cent over the past four years. Photo: Simon Song
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