7th World Instant Noodles Summit to open in Kuala Lumpur

15:33, April 17, 2010      

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The Seventh World Instant Noodles Summit will be held from April 20 to 21 in Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia.

According to the World Instant Noodles Association's (WINA) website, the two-day event includes several programs such as market report presentation, special lecture, guest lecture, and commercial film festival.

Themed "Earth Food: Making It Happen", the summit is organized by WINA, and hosted by Nestle Products Sdn Bhd.

Hundreds of participants from WINA member countries and members of the public are expected to join the summit which also aims at correcting the wrong perceptions others may have on instant noodles.

The previous summit was held in Osaka in 2008 and was joined by 60 instant noodle manufacturers from 21 countries and regions. Approximately 400 people joined the event.

Source: Xinhua


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