TK’s flagship brand Hakka noodles in a Chinese city are already facing competition from its Japanese rival, Nissin, as the nation’s government tries to clamp down on the industry.
The Chinese Food Safety Authority (FSA) recently banned the noodles from sale in restaurants and grocery stores, and has launched a new campaign to persuade Chinese consumers to stick to their own brands.
Nissins brand is popular among Chinese, and TK is not far behind, but Chinese consumers have reacted with fury to the announcement.
The government has also ordered a boycott of Nissens noodles, claiming it harms the national image.
But despite a ban on imports, Noknak, which is owned by the Chinese government, says it will sell its noodles in its stores, citing the need to fight against food poisoning.
The company said on Tuesday that it was willing to offer the government a discount, but only if the government lifts its restrictions on imports.
The FSA says it has received over 10,000 complaints about the Nok Nok noodles, many of them from Chinese restaurants.
TK noodles are among the most popular noodle brands in China, and the company has seen a massive rise in popularity in recent years.
Nok Noks have a reputation for being a healthier alternative to traditional noodles.
They are often served with meat, seafood and vegetables, but are also used in a number of dishes, including salads and soups.
The noodles are also a popular snack in China and around the world, where they have become the preferred choice of many Chinese.
In October, the government announced plans to impose a national ban on the noodles, with a warning to stop using the noodles if you are in the country, as well as on people who sell them.