Maggi Ban

  • Updated: May 25, 2016 10:44 IST

Maggi, India’s largest-selling instant noodle product by Nestle, was banned in May, 2015 after food safety regulators in Uttar Pradesh found samples containing unsafe levels of monosodium glucamate and lead. The noodles returned to markets after nearly six months when fresh testing found new batches to be safe. Nestle has maintained the noodles had been safe all along.

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