भिया मैगी वापस आ गई …….
The Bombay High Court on Thursday lifted the ban on Nestle India’s Maggi noodles, which was withdrawn from the market following India’s food regulator’s order.
The HC has asked Nestle to send fresh samples for testing at accredited labs. If those tests are clear, Nestle could return its noodles to India’s shelves, lawyers involved in the case said.
The company will have to send five samples of each batch to three food testing labs and will not be allowed to either manufacture or sell until the tests are completed. The FSSAI had found high amounts of lead and traces of MSG in Nestle’s Maggi and on June 5, it ordered a ban on the noodles that was quickly followed by Maharashtra FDA. Monosodium glutamate (MSG) is a flavour enhancer added to various packaged food items. The ban was on two counts-excessive lead and mislabelling products. The FSSAI had said that the company had mislead customers by labelling the packets of Maggi noodles with “no added MSG”. The company reported its first loss in 15 years after it voluntarily recalled samples across the country. The company had to recall about 400 packets, weighing 30,000 tonne that resulted in a one-time cost of Rs 451.6 crore. The company reported a Rs 64.4 crore loss in Q1.
We hope to see our buddy food soon in the market……..Maggi Maggi Maggi……:)