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Delhi's Food Safety Department has started lifting samples of health food, baby food and energy drinks of various brands for test-analysis as directed by the Central government.
Minister of State for FDA, Vidya Thakur said she has written to the FDA Commissioner Harshdeep Kamble regarding the collection of samples and their lab testing.
The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), had said in its ban-order issued on June 5, that tests conducted on a batch of Maggi were found to contain more-than-permissible levels of lead and ...
The food authority has not yet decided if it will challenge the order in Supreme Court.
The advertisement gives details on where and how the company can be contacted in case any one wishes to return their Maggi noodles packets.
Nestle India's managing director Suresh Narayanan said manufacturing of the noodles would begin after a first round of testing, following which the samples would be tested again.
With Nestle promising to bring the countrys beloved noodles back on shelves as soon as possible, it seems like the festivities have just started.
Nestle India today re-launched its popular Maggi noodles in India, five months after they were banned due to alleged presence of excessive lead content.