Crafty Ramen Celebrates Seven Years

Photo of Crafty Ramen Co-Founders

GUELPH, Ont. — Crafty Ramen is marking seven years of bringing its Japanese-inspired, locally influenced ramen experience to life with special prices on their offerings.

The brand began as a single restaurant in Guelph, Ont. and has expanded with at-home ramen meal kits, country-wide delivery, two additional restaurants, investment in ecommerce and retail, new product innovations, such as frozen ramen, and growth in major grocery stores across Canada.

To celebrate the milestone, specials will be available online and at all three restaurant locations. Tokyo Salaryman and Kaizen Warrior bowls served in restaurants will be available for only $10 from February 12 to 25; all online orders of Crafty boxes will be $10 off; kitchenware bowls will be sold for $10 from February 12 to 25; and Ontario retailers, including Longos, Fortinos, Summerhill Market, Market Fresh, Rabba and select Loblaws, will offer promotional prices on Crafty frozen ramen meals throughout February.

“When we started this journey seven years ago, we never could have imagined one day seeing our ramen in grocery stores and kitchens across the country,” says Jared Ferrall, co-founder and executive chef, Crafty Ramen. “With every step, we’ve learned and grown – as a business, as teammates, as people – and we don’t plan on stopping anytime soon.”

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