Besides its instant noodles variants Nestle India plans to bring 25 new products in the market.
Under fire over the Maggi issue, Nestle India has claimed that it got samples of the noodles tested in an external laboratory as well as in-house and the product has been found "safe to eat" ...
Nestle India is in the process of resuming exports of its Maggi instant noodles to various global markets after it got a go ahead from Bombay High Court earlier this week.
Nestle India Ltd slipped to a second-quarter loss as sales plunged after its hugely popular Maggi noodles were pulled off shelves over safety concerns.
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.
The ongoing ban on Maggi instant noodles will not result in job cuts, Nestle India's newly appointed Managing Director Suresh Narayanan has said.
Alleging bias, Nestle India Limited today told the apex consumer commission that it was being 'singled out' by the government.
Bringing some relief to Nestle India, the Bombay High court has allowed the company to export Maggi noodles.
The government has told the apex consumer forum, hearing its Rs.640-crore class action suit against Nestle India, that it would like to test 31 more samples of Maggi instant noodles.
According to Twitter user, people dispose the wrapper after they are done with eating, that is why having pictures of Gods and Goddesses on it would mean demeaning them.