by Jeong Ho Kang
Savannah College of Art and Design

Keda Instant Ramen

Paul Nichols (See users behance profile)

Oklahoma State University, United States

Commercial - Packaging Design
Category Semifinalist
Keda is a brand that was conceived to elevate instant ramen noodles and relate it more to the traditional Japanese dish. The name is derived from the town of Ikeda, a city in Osaka, Japan that is the home to the Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum. Instead of flavors like chicken, beef, or shrimp, Keda uses seasonings found in authentic Japanese ramen dishes like miso, shoyu, and shio. The authentic feel is also reflected in the form and materials of the packaging. Products can be sold in either single packs or in a six pack that includes two of each seasoning.

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