It has been reported that Nunuk Nuraini, the lady who invented ‘mi goreng’, Indomie noodles’ iconic flavour, has died.
The lady sadly handed away at 59.
Nurlita Novi Arlaida, a spokesperson for Indofood, an Indonesian firm that produces Indomie, broke the information in a brief statement.
“Ibu Hajjah Nunuk Nuraini passed away [yesterday] and returned peacefully to Allah,” the corporate was quoted as saying.
Nuraini breathed her final on Wednesday. The reason for her dying, nonetheless, stays unknown as of the time of submitting this report.
The deceased labored as a flavour improvement supervisor with Indofood’s instantaneous noodle — a well-liked model of noodles in South Asia, Australia and African international locations together with Nigeria — division for practically 30 years.
Nunuk was a graduate of Padjadjaran University’s (Unpad) meals know-how division in Bandung, West Java, a province in Indonesia.
She rode to the limelight for initiating a number of standard Indonesian conventional flavours for Indomie together with ‘soto’, ‘rendang’, ‘chicken curry’, and ‘sambal matah’, in addition to the ‘mie goreng’ (fried noodles).
Tributes have since been pouring in for the deceased on social media as information of her dying continues to unfold.
Joining the fray, Lambert Grijns, Netherlands ambassador to Indonesia, Timor-Leste and ASEAN, described the deceased as an “icon.”
“An Indonesian icon has passed away. Rest in Peace, ibu Nunuk Nuraini, you created the best mi goreng ever! #indomie,” he wrote on Twitter.