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HUL's Knorr Chinese noodles not in food regulator's approved list
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HUL's Knorr Chinese noodles not in food regulator's approved list

A spokesperson of HUL said: 'With regard to Chinese range of Knorr Instant Noodles, we wish to clarify that the ingredients used are permitted under the FSS Regulation, 2011/Codex' Hindustan Unilever's Chinese range of Knorr instant noodles may come under the scanner of Food Safety and Standards Authority of India as the product is not in the approved list of items of the central food safety regulator. The FSSAI on Monday issued an order to test more brands of noodles, pastas and macaronis. It ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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Dettol makes a clean sweep

The brand has gained some 13 million shoppers in the last one year, mostly in Asian markets such as IndiaBritish consumer goods maker RB (earlier Reckitt Benckiser) is in a sweet spot. India, one of its key emerging markets, is in the midst of a nation-wide cleanliness drive and the brand, having aligned itself to the Swachh Bharat campaign early on is hoping the association will deepen its rural footprint and cement its position in the urban markets. According to IMRB’s recently released ...
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Kodaikanal issue: Unilever promises to take action

Unilever said it was “working actively” to find a solution to a long-pending dispute on ecology contamination by its unit at Kodaikanal. After 15-odd years of alleged lack of action on toxic contamination at Tamil Nadu factory, music rap going viral gets global CEO’s promise in days for a solution.  The global chief executive of Unilever, the consumer goods giant, said on Thursday that the multinational company was “working actively” to find a solution to a ...
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Crude slump may be boon for FMCGs

The Iran nuclear deal could have an unlikely fallout: Research and development expenditure of fast moving consumer goods companies could increase in FY16. The reason for this is falling crude oil prices, thanks to Iran’s crude oil flooding the marketplace.  Crude oil prices reduced by half in FY15 versus FY14. The result: Input costs of FMCG companies will fall giving the latter room to increase R&D expenditure.The trend, interestingly, is already visible in companies’ FY15 ...
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