Organic Brown Udon Rice Noodles
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8 oz / $0.56 per oz
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Not a fan of wheat but love noodles? These brown rice-based udon noodles were made for you and your noodle-driven life. Throw them into a bowl with a savory broth or stir fry them with your favorite protein and veggies. Every bite has a great chew and nutty flavor that you’ll keep coming back to.
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low carbon footprint
How it does good
Using smart agricultural practices to save water
Rice production uses around one-third of the planet's annual renewable fresh water, but Lotus Foods supports More Crop Per Drop™—a smart agricultural practice that protects and restores natural resources such as fresh water, improves incomes and quality of life for farmers, especially women, and reduces climate impact. These practices also cut in half the time that women have to spend transplanting and weeding, lowering their risk for health issues.
Lotus Foods sources organic and Fair Trade rice from India, China, and Southeast Asia using smart agricultural practices that use a lot less water than other farms.Learn More
low carbon footprint
Flooded rice fields emit methane gas,which contributes to global warming. Lotus Foods combats this by reducing their methane emissions by 40% with More Crop Per Drop™. This technique uses half the amount of water to keep fields moist but not continuously flooded.Learn More
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About the Brand
The Lotus Foods founders first fell in love with black rice while traveling in China. The rice was typically called “tribute rice”, or “longevity rice” because it was reserved for Chinese Emperors to ensure their good health and long life. In 1995, the founders started importing black rice, calling it Forbidden Rice® after the Forbidden City, the Chinese Imperial palace. They also work hard to make sure they employ sustainable practices and treat farmers fairly.Shop Brand
How to use
Bring 4-5 quarts of water to a boil. Add noodles and boil 10 minutes or until tender, stirring occasionally. Drain and rinse under cold water. Serve hot or cold.