• Devon N.
    04/29/2020 06:02

    DO NOT order from this company. Their old social media is full of people (myself included) that ordered noodles from them as late as July 2019 and have YET to receive their orders. Then they bought a food truck with our money and started new socials. Wild. Save your money!

  • Danni R.
    08/30/2019 14:25

    I see ppl saying stay out of jail but it’s innocent people in jail too đŸ„” sorry that’s like as a poc. I love this idea tbh. I hate that they keep calling this man an ex-con tho.

  • Sean J.
    08/28/2019 20:17

    the struggle

  • Mark W.
    08/28/2019 16:14

    Stay out of jail and you dont have to worry about missing home?

  • Jennifer C.
    08/28/2019 15:54

    what?! How cool

  • Ramchandar P.
    08/27/2019 08:16


  • Ellie S.
    08/27/2019 01:54

    So don’t go to jail đŸ€·â€â™€ïžđŸ€·â€â™€ïž

  • Regina S.
    08/26/2019 04:06

    1 year tomorrow...

  • Sarah V.
    08/26/2019 01:14

    This is actually great and a lot of the commentary here is tragically simple-minded. Sure, packaged ramen has very little nutritional value but the high sodium levels in it causes harm rather than stay in neutral space of “not great but not harming either” that is necessary when the greatest necessity is simply getting calories in. Obesity, hypertension, and other health concerns relating to sodium disproportionately effect Hispanic people and non-Hispanic Black people than any other group (CDC.gov), the same groups that have a disproportionately high incarceration rate. Not only are people in these groups being arrested at far higher rates than white people, they are being fed food that actively tries to inhibit their avenues to success by giving them new health concerns that will hinder them financially upon release in addition to the stigma present for those released from prison. A similar argument can be made for those with fewer financial resources. The most readily affordable foods for someone with too little to spare is revoltingly processed and crammed full of sodium. If these are the calories they can afford, these are the calories they will consume. A lower sodium option at an affordable price is a positive step. These products are available online and at the moment a 24 pack is $10. And if you’re not looking out for the welfare of those imprisoned or in the lower class, ramen noodles are a versatile meal option. Add veggies and meats of choice. Try new Asian sauces with your noodles. It’s a low cost meal that pleases.

  • Brian L.
    08/25/2019 19:55

    Give them bread and water.

  • Taco S.
    08/24/2019 16:25

    Yup and it's dope

  • Sabby S.
    08/24/2019 15:44

    is this the company you were talking about?

  • Anke P.
    08/24/2019 07:21

    Eben with les sodium- that's not healthy at all! 100% carbs, no vitamins... Causes diabetes and so on

  • Mel S.
    08/23/2019 22:28

    Ok brad ... So easy for you to not type that smh

  • Samuel W.
    08/23/2019 20:08

    Lol okay brad.

  • Brad J.
    08/23/2019 19:15

    Don't go to jail there is always that option as well

  • Wendy H.
    08/23/2019 18:09

    Why are prisoners given rubbish food filled with salt? They must be constantly thirsty apart from anything else.

  • Josh W.
    08/23/2019 16:18

    Ramen has almost NO nutritional value whatsoever.... It's just a bunch of carbs. no vitamins, no nutrients, nothing to keep you healthy. it'll keep you alive, but it's not healthy in any capacity. lowering the sodium is a good thing, but it's still not a healthy option. what he needs to do next is to add vitamins and minerals to his product if he is concerned about their health and safety.

  • David P.
    08/23/2019 15:44

    Good luck!

  • Lashonta M.
    07/16/2019 11:54

    I love this idea but I’m from miami and most people I knew locked up and has been sent to different states to prison comes out healthy with zero body fat all muscles. So even in prison you still have to exercise and be active to prevent obesity.

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