Noodles with healthy snack foods are now available in China, according to a Chinese internet retailer.
According to an online shop, the noodles are made from the traditional Chinese foodstuffs and come in four flavours: noodles, rice, soy sauce, and soy sauce with rice.
They are also available in different flavours, such as white, pink, and orange.
Noodles are available in Chinese stores for about 60 yuan (HK$70), and they are available on shelves at some stores as well as online.
According a source familiar with the situation, the Chinese authorities decided to start selling noodles at a premium as the market is growing.
The official Xinhua news agency reported that the noodles can be purchased online at about US$8 each, while online prices are about US $12.
Noodled goods are typically served at Chinese restaurants, and there are some other outlets in cities such as Beijing and Shanghai, which are known for their Asian food.
Chinese authorities have long tried to limit the consumption of foodstuff in China by imposing strict regulations on foodstuff imports, especially soy sauce and rice, and banning the sale of snacks.
Noodlers are not banned in China due to their high price tag, but some states have taken the stance that such foods are not allowed to be sold.