Nestle decided to takeoff the Maggi from the shelves. After identifying too much of lead content, Nestle decided to takeoff the Maggi from the shelves.
Nestle decided to takeoff the Maggi from the shelves
After a huge controversy against Maggi, Nestle decided to release a statement over it. Nestle stated that, “Nestle Withdraws Maggi Noodles after it is banned in five states.” The Nestle is surrounded by a lot of controversies with in a short span of time by this two minute snack. Nestle decided to take off the Maggi noodles from the shelves, and saying that the snack is safe and promised that it will be back soon after the controversy made on it, that it contains high lead content and Mono Sodium Glutamate in the taste enhancer.
Maggi will be available – says Nestle
Nestle said in a statement, “The trust of our consumers and the safety of our products is our first priority. Unfortunately, recent developments and unfounded issues about the product have decided the Nestle to withdraw the product from their shelves.” Nestle promised that the trusted Maggi will be available soon in the market after the current situation is been clarified,” Nestle stressed that “Maggi Noodles are completely safe and have been trusted for over 30 years in India.”
Maggi banned in four more states and in army canteens also
Maggi noodles, after banned in Delhi, four more states namely Uttarakhand, Gujarat, Jammu and Kashmir and Tamilnadu decided to ban Maggi for temporarily on Thursday saying reports from lab tests showed too much lead content. Even Indian Army also decided to stop the sale of Maggi in their canteens and advised the soldiers to stop eating it. After high limit of lead found in Maggi samples, the Delhi government on Thursday sent samples of some other noodle brands including Top Ramen and Chings’Hakka for tests.