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Made-in-Sabah food products
Published on: Friday, April 19, 2019

Buy made-in-Sabah goods to support our local industries, says Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Christina Liew.

She made the call after visiting several booths of an exhibition showcasing a variety of local products at the lobby of the State Legislative Assembly building, on Wednesday. 

One such booth was put up by Innomatt Food Industry Sdn Bhd, which is engaged in producing instant noodles and noodle snack under the brand name of Umimi, and non-fried low-fat noodles with the U&Mee brand for the local market in Tawau, Sandakan, Lahad Datu and Semporna.

Liew, who is also Minister of Tourism, Culture and Environment, commended the manufacturer for its bold move to start exporting its halal food products by the end of the month.

Briefing the Minister, Innomatt’s Sales & Marketing Executive Wong Zin Wai said for starters, the company is in the process of exporting its noodles to Singapore and Kuwait.

“Presently, our factory has a production capacity of 40 to 50 containers (measuring 40 feet long) every month. Each container can hold about 4,100 cartons of noodles,” she said, adding the company adheres to the principle of “Quality First, Customer Foremost”.

Established in 2013, the company is located at Bandar Sri Indah (Phase 4A), Jalan Apas in Tawau and employs 80 workers.



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