Is Indomie Vegan, Vegetarian & Halal? Mi Goreng Noodles

Indomie is a brand of instant noodles, originating from Indonesia. They are popular in many countries around. It is known for its wide variety of flavors and seasoning packets. But is it vegan, vegetarian and halal? Let’s find out.

We’re going to examine the ingredients of Indomie noodles to determine if it is suitable for vegans, vegetarians and Muslim people.

Let’s start with the ingredients list.

Indomie Ingredients:

According to their website, Indomie instant noodles are made with these main ingredients:

  • Wheat flour (67%), refined palm oil (The palm oil used in Indomie products are sourced from IndoAgri who implements environmentally sustainable agricultural practices).
  • Salt, acidity regulators (E451, E501, E500).
  • Thickener (E412), colour (E101).
  • Seasoning Powder:
    • Salt, sugar.
    • flavour enhancers (E621, E627, E631).
    • garlic, artificial chicken flavour (4.5%).
    • onion powder, yeast extract.
    • colour (E150a), anticaking agent (E551).
  • Seasoning Oil:
    • Refined palm oil (contains antioxidant E319).
    • onion
  • Sweet Soy Sauce:
    • Sugar.
    • water.
    • salt.
    • wheat.
    • soybean.
    • spices.
    • sesame oil.

Flavor enhancer 627, 631, 621 are derived from vegetable based ingredients.

Please note that Indomie instant noodles may UNINTENTIONALLY contain egg.

Now that we know the ingredients inside Indomie instant noodles, let’s go back to our main question.

Is Indomie Vegetarian?

Yes. Indomie is vegetarian.

As per the vegetarian definition, vegetarians do not eat any animal meat or seafood but eats dairy products and eggs.

Please note that Indomie Mi Goreng BBQ Chicken Noodles and Mi Goreng Spicy Beef Ribs may contain fish or meat, so they not suitable for vegetarians.

It is always best to check the ingredient list of the actual product before consuming.

Is Indomie Vegan?

Based on the ingredients we listed above, yes, Indomie is considered vegan friendly,

However, Indomie instant noodles may contain animal-derived ingredients such as egg, fish and dairy. Because, it is made in the same facilities that handles eggs and milk products.

It is always recommended to check the ingredients list on the actual product to confirm.

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Is Chicken Indomie Vegan?

Chicken Indomie, specifically the Indomie Instant Noodles Chicken Flavor, is considered vegan.

However, it may contain animal derived ingredients such as eggs, which are not suitable for a vegan diet.

Because of cross contamination, many plant based foods are coming into contact with eggs, meat and dairy products.

Whilst cross contaminated foods don’t involve the exploitation of any extra animals for the vegan option to be made, some vegans still avoid them.

So, if you’re a strict vegan, Indomie chicken flavor may not be suitable for you.

Is Indomie Mi Goreng Vegan?

Yes. Based on the ingredients list, Indomie Mi Goreng is considered vegan friendly.

However, because of cross contamination, it may contain animal derived ingredients.

It is always best to check the ingredients and allergy informations of the actual product before consuming.

Is Indomie Halal?

Yes. Indomie is Halal. The ingredient list does not contain any ingredient forbidden by the Islamic religion.

Also, the Indomie Brand states on their website that all Indomie products are Halal certified by the Indonesian Ulama Council.

Please note that Indomie is certified halal in some countries and not in others. It is best to check the packaging or contact the manufacturer for confirmation in your region.


Indomie instant noodles are vegetarian and halal certified.

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