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SANDOL FOOD CO.,Ltd

http://sandolfood.tradekorea.com

More chewy and aromatic taste of traditional Kalguksu is revived by the dough made of the best exclusive wheat flour and the multiple rolling processes. Various kinds of fresh noodles for example squash, chlorella, paprika, fresh potato chopped noodle, fresh soybean chopped noodle added in ingredient.

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Company Introduction

More chewy and aromatic taste of traditional Kalguksu is revived by the dough made of the best exclusive wheat flour and the multiple rolling processes. Various kinds of fresh noodles for example squash, chlorella, paprika, fresh potato chopped noodle, fresh soybean chopped noodle added in ingredient.

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SANDOL FOOD CO.,Ltd

  • Business Type Manufacturer
  • Year Established 2004
  • Location South Korea
  • Main Markets
  • Total Employees 0 People
  • Homepage http://www.sandolfood.co.kr/
  • President LEE HO SUNG
  • Phone +82-33-435-1010 033-435-1010
  • FAX +82-33-435-1459
  • Address Sangoan-ri, Hongcheon-eup, Hongcheon-gun, GANGWON-DO, KOREA
  • Product Category Agriculture & Food > Grain
    Agriculture & Food > Grain Products > Noodles
  • Factory Information
Home

Company Introduction

More chewy and aromatic taste of traditional Kalguksu is revived by the dough made of the best exclusive wheat flour and the multiple rolling processes. Various kinds of fresh noodles for example squash, chlorella, paprika, fresh potato chopped noodle, fresh soybean chopped noodle added in ingredient.

Company Profile

SANDOL FOOD CO.,Ltd

  • Business Type Manufacturer
  • Year Established 2004
  • Location South Korea
  • Main Markets
  • Total Employees 0 People
  • Homepage http://www.sandolfood.co.kr/
  • President LEE HO SUNG
  • Phone +82-33-435-1010 033-435-1010
  • FAX +82-33-435-1459
  • Address Sangoan-ri, Hongcheon-eup, Hongcheon-gun, GANGWON-DO, KOREA
  • Product Category Agriculture & Food > Grain
    Agriculture & Food > Grain Products > Noodles
  • Factory Information

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