This page only shows primary logo variants.For other related logos and images, see: /Other Indofood 1984–present Indofood is the largest food and drink company in Indonesia owned by Salim Group. Its most popular brand is Indomie instant noodles. External links Indofood V • T • E Indofood Part of Salim Group Subsidiaries: Current: Indofood CBP | Indofood Nutrition | Indolakto | IndoAgri (Salim Ivomas Pratama | PP London Sumatra) | Indofood Fritolay Makmur1 | Indomarco Adi Prima | Bogasari Flour Mills | Arla Indofood2 Former: Indofood Asahi3 | Nestlé Indofood Citarasa Indonesia4 | Pepsi-Cola Indobeverages Current brands: Indomie | Indomilk | Indofood (Racik) | Pop Mie | Chitato | Chiki | Sarimi | Supermi | Ichi Ocha | Cafèla | Lay's1 | Cheetos1 | Doritos1 | Jet-Z | Qtela | Bimoli | Fruitamin (Cocobit) | Dueto | Trenz | Milkuat | TeKita | Club | Promina | SUN | La Fonte | GoWell | Canasta | 3 Ayam | Sakura | Palmia | Happy Salad Oil | Teh Kahuripan | Moko Moko | Chésa | Indofood Ice Cream | IndoSugar | Puregrow Organic2 | Cap Enaak | Tiga Sapi | Indofood Freiss | Wonderland | Buburia | GoVit | Orchid Butter Former/defunct brands: Pepsi1 | Mirinda1 | 7Up1 | Anak Mas | Provita | Anget Jae | Bim-Bim | Nice Yogurt | Maggi | Keebler Notes 1 Under license from/joint venture with PepsiCo. 2 Joint venture with Arla. 3 Joint venture with Asahi, now absorbed into Indofood. 4 Joint venture with Nestlé. Retrieved from "https://logos.fandom.com/wiki/Indofood?oldid=1588864" Categories: Indofood Food and drink companies Jakarta Salim Group Food and drink in Indonesia 1984 1990 Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.