FSSAI-Approved Lab Report Says Maggi Meets Safety Standards In India

The Logical Indian

August 5th, 2015 / 12:02 AM

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NEW DELHI: In a major boost to Nestle India, FSSAI-approved laboratory of Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI) has found Maggi noodles to be in compliance with the country’s food safety standards.

CFTRI had tested five samples sent by Goa Food and Drug Administration (FDA) when Maggi was banned in June in the wake of findings in Uttar Pradesh and other states that the instant noodles brand had lead levels beyond permissible limits.

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