Today’s Google Doodle Celebrates the Inventor of Instant Ramen

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Here's the doodle.
Here's the doodle. Photo: Google

Taiwanese-Japanese businessman Momofuku Ando is credited with introducing the world to instant ramen: In 1958, he founded Nissin Foods, a company that popularized Cup Noodles, among other products.

He believed that noodles could cure world hunger, and while they didn’t quite achieve that, they did revolutionize the food industry — and, of course, bring great joy to college students everywhere.

Ando died in 2007, but today would have been his 105th birthday. It’s a nice tribute from Google.

Another doodle!
Another doodle! Photo: Google
And another.
And another. Photo: Google
These are just great.
These are just great. Photo: Google

Today’s Google Doodle Celebrates the Inventor of Instant Ramen