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Maggi instant noodles to hit markets by Nov
Posted on: 27-10-2015 | DY365 Bureau

 Oct 27, 2015- Nestle India has resumed manufacturing of its instant noodles Maggi at three of its India facilities.  Possibilities are high that it will soon hit the markets after getting clearances from food testing laboratories. Reports are that, sale of Maggi’s instant noodles is set to resume in November.

The company, which was forced to withdraw Maggi from market and stop production in June following tests by certain labs allegedly finding lead and MSG beyond permissible limits, will send first samples of the fresh batches to three accredited labs for tests. This is in compliance with the order of Bombay High Court.
Following a nationwide ban on Maggi noodles in May by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) and the company's withdrawal of the product, Nestle has been grappling with a public relations crisis in India, a fast-growing consumer goods market. The controversy has cost it about 66 million Swiss francs ($67 million).
The company would start selling in the open market only after the fresh samples are cleared.
Nestle India, which has destroyed over 30,000 tonnes of the instant noodles since June when it was banned because of alleged excessive lead content, had stated that it would continue with the existing formula of the product and would not change the ingredients.
The Consumer Affairs Ministry had also filed a class action suit against Nestle India seeking about Rs 640 crore in damages for alleged unfair trade practices, false labeling and misleading advertisements.

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