There is something so satisfying about eating a bowl of ramen. For humans, it’s a must, and ramen for dogs is soon becoming a larger phenomenon too.
Currently, there is a market out there for instant ramen for dogs. While the product started in South Korea, the noodly goodness is finally making its way to other parts of Asia as the demand grows.
After its launch in 2021, Ansim Daengmyeon is now expanding into other places aside from South Korea. Those in the Philippines, India, and Singapore are likely to be the next places where these noodles will be available to purchase.
If you’re in the US and you’re wondering about what ramen for your pup might look like, you might be surprised to know that it isn’t much different from what we’re eating.
Ramen for Dogs is expanding its market into other parts of Asia.
While we as humans all know how great ramen is, it’s not really smart to feed it to your dog with all of the sodium. Even so, Ansim Daengmyeon is changing the game by focusing on not featuring any salt in its recipe and featuring better ingredients such as white rice barley malt and yellow turmeric.
The article also broke down some of the other ingredients featured: Also added to the mix of ingredients are egg yolk, apple, chicken powder, sweet pumpkin, cabbage, carrots, spinach, broccoli and coconut oil. The company and its partner veterinarians said Ansim Daengmyeon is especially beneficial for senior dogs because the noodles are soft to chew and the soup is nutritious.” It even shared that the noodles are great for those who have senior dogs and I feel like they’re the ones who need the most care out of all dogs.
Plus I’m sure senior dogs are more likely to enjoy their ramen. That’s not to say younger or smaller dogs won’t but senior dogs are something special. Considering the burst in support for the dog ramen, I really feel like we might see this ending up on shelves on a global scale.
What do you think? Would you grab some ramen for your pups?