After having created a storm with the Patajanli brand of herbal food and health products, Is Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev planning to enter the hospitality industry?
On Thursday, baba Ramdev launched 'Atta Noodles' his new brand of noodles that are made with wheat.
Patanjali Ayurved, the FMCG venture promoted by yoga guru Baba Ramdev, has finally launched atta noodles in the markets.
Amidst the revival of Nestle Indias Maggi Noodles and the launch of Baba Ramdev's Patanjali Instant Noodles, a new controversy seems to have cropped up.
Baba Ramdev's FMCG company, Patanjalihas comeunder the scanner afterthe West Bengal Public Health Laboratory in Kolkata found a batch of the Patanjali Amla Juice 'unfit' for consumption.
The Maharashtra government has started selling Ayurvedic medicines and herbal products derived from its forest produce.
Two ayurvedic firms including yoga guru Ramdev's Patanjali Ayurved Ltd have been served notice by the government for violating food safety norms.
The case is neither delayed nor expedited because it belongs to Patanjal, says FSSAI spokesperson.
The Patanjali Group, owned by Indian yoga guru Ramdev, opened its new factory in Nepal on Thursday, aiming to produce various fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) in a bid to expand its business across the border.
A local court in Haridwar has slapped Ramdev's Patanjali Ayurved's five production units with a fine of Rs 11 lakh for "misbranding and putting up misleading advertisements" of their products.