Made in Washington #2: Tsue Chong Company

Noodle House: A photo gallery by Hayley Young.
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Liu Duo Jiang uses a mallet to remove the rounded “hooks” created by noodles hanging on the drying racks at the Tsue Chong Company in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District. Breaking the hooks makes it easier to process, package and ship the noodles to restaurants. Founded in 1917, Tsue Chong produces about 10,000 pounds of noodle products and dumpling wrappers — as well as 80,000 fortune cookies — every day.

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