Maggi Back in India? Noodles Found Safe by FSSAI
FSSAI-aproved laboratory has found Nestle’s Maggi noddles safe in compliance with Indian food safety standards. CFTRI (Central Food Technologies Research Institute) tested five samples of Maggi noodles sent by FDA (Food & Drug Administration), Goa when the noodles brand was banned as it failed to meet food standards in India with more than permissible levels of chemicals used.
Samples were resent by FDA, Goa to CFTRI, Mysore and tests were conducted on Maggi noodles, the results of which found that they are safe to consume and comply with Indian food standards. It is known that Maggi had to go back from India after several states in the country banned the product. Several tons of noodles had to be destroyed as it was found unsafe and hazardous.