Ramen noodles delivered to customers in India are expected to begin delivery in 2017.
The company, Ramen Delivery India Pvt Ltd, plans to roll out the service at select retail outlets starting in January, the company said in a statement.
The firm has a contract with an auto-rickshaw delivery service provider for a pilot project.
The trial will be conducted in the western city of Delhi and the company will also test the delivery system in other cities.
It will also provide the service to the rural areas of India.
Ramen deliveries have been a boon for the country’s manufacturing sector and are widely seen as a way to boost local exports.
A similar program in India has been approved by the Supreme Court, but the implementation has been slow.
The new service will allow Ramen customers to deliver their noodles to their homes and business premises.
Ramnani said it would also provide free delivery of noodles to employees, students and other public sector employees.