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Old 12-11-2001, 10:55 PM   #1  
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Question low fat ramen noodles?

A few years back Campbell's used to make Lowfat ramen noodles, of which I was quite fond. I have not seen this product in years and cannot seem to find any other lowfat ramen product in the supermarket. Is it jus the area where I live or does no one make this anymore? If anyone out there has any, if you can post the name and address or website of who is making it I would greatly appreciate it.

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Old 12-12-2001, 11:26 PM   #2  
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I was told by the company (a long time ago) that it was discontinued as a business decision. I believe they said that sales were too low.

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Old 12-20-2001, 07:09 PM   #3  
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In the healthfood stores and markets
like Whole Foods is a ramen made by
Westbrae that is about 280 calories
for the entire 3 oz packet. It is
very good tasting.
Also at Trader Joes are Thai Kitchen
Noodle bowls that make a very generous
bowl of noodle soup and they are between
170 and 190 calories depending on flavor.
I expect that after trying these, you
would not wish to return to the Campbell
brand, no matter what the calories.
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