Maharashtra is planning to move the Supreme Court to challenge the lifting of the ban on Nestle India's Maggi noodles
Gujarat Food and Drug Control Authority has extended the ban on Maggi noodles for third time in a row for a month as its manufacturer Nestle did not furnish any safety data for the product.
Nestle has filed a petition in the Bombay High Court against an order passed by the FDA, Maharashtra and FSSAI banning the sale, production and distribution of Maggi noodles.
After the court order overturning ban on Maggi, Nestle India plans to bring back the popular instant noodles in the market by end of this year subject to certain clearances.
In a major boost to Nestle India, FSSAI-approved laboratory has found Maggi noodles to be in compliance with the country's food safety standards.
As awareness regarding the MSG & lead content has amplified, here's how people react to the Maggi muddle.
Nestle India is neck-deep in trouble. And thats not just because Maggi Noodles is staring at a nation-wide ban but because its competitors are capitalizing on probably what one might call their worst phase.
The ongoing ban on Maggi instant noodles will not result in job cuts, Nestle India's newly appointed Managing Director Suresh Narayanan has said.
Does the ban on Maggi noodles get impacted by the Supreme Court recent order. It agrees with the Bombay High Court's verdict that an advisory by the food safety watchdog on product approvals for some ...
UK's food safety agency today said it has decided to test a few samples of Maggi noodles. After a number of reports, it said the popular instant snack sold in India was found to have ...