More About the Wheat Used to Make Ramen than You Wanted to Know

Farm Weekly has a story about Australian wheat and how it was bred so that they could sell it to make Japanese ramen. It’s way more detailed than you’d ever want to know, but it has a great pic, which I’ve included here:

RECENT changes to wheat classification in WA will aid the development of new market opportunities in the Japanese noodle market for Western Australian wheatgrowers.

The Department of Agriculture and Food was instrumental in generating the change, which will open the way for suitable hard wheat to be sold to the ramen noodle market.

Eating Ramen in Lab Coats