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FSA gives clearance to Nestle Maggi noodles banned in India
International Business Times UK

UK says Maggi noodles safe

Britain's Food Standards Authority (FSA) on Wednesday announced that Nestle India's Maggi noodles, manufactured in India and exported to Britain, were safe to consume and contained lead well within permissible levels. "The FSA can confirm ... The Statesman, 33 minutes ago
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Maggi noodles to hit market soon: Nestle

The road for Maggi noodles brand has been rough ever since the 90-day ban as the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) found the level of taste enhancer is more than what is permitted. The 15-day ban on Maggi noodles in the ...
 The Statesman1 hour ago Export of Maggi noddles  Goa Herald10 hours ago 7/1/2015: Ht Nation: Nestle India allowed to export Maggi  Hindustan Times1 day ago Maggi good for export, not for India  The Telegraph1 day ago
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Asian Trader

Did regulatory over-reach land Nestle in the soup?

Was the ban on Maggi's instant noodles the consequence of wrong testing protocols and an erroneous and selective application of the law? As Nestle begins to pulp ₹320 crore worth of its noodles, and processed foods by other companies come under ...
 Hindu Business Line18 hours ago Nestle takes instant hit from India's Maggi noodle ban amid lead scare  Asian Trader5 days ago Nestle chief working to restore company's image after Maggi ban  Business Insider India1 week ago Maggi debacle: Nestle chief Paul Bulcke trying to restore firm's image after India ban  Economic Times1 week ago
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Rediff.com

This is how Nestle plans to relaunch Maggi

Nestlé India's Managing Director Etienne Benet said, 'We are determined to resolve the Maggi noodles issue in the best possible way.' Nestlé India is preparing a blueprint for a possible relaunch of the Maggi instant noodles brand. Industry experts and analysts feel the issue of the recall and ban of Maggi noodles in India is likely to be resolved in the next three to six months. Bombay High Court on Tuesday allowed Nestlé India to export Maggi noodles but did not lift the ...
 Rediff.com9 hours ago Nestle plans to relaunch India's favourite snack  Afaqs13 hours ago Nestle India : PLANS TO RELAUNCH INDIA'S FAVOURITE SNACK  4 Traders1 hour ago
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International Business Times India

Nestle Working on Rebuilding its Popular Maggi Brand

Packets of Maggi instant noodles are seen on display at a grocery store in Ahmedabad, India, June 3, 2015. Reuters Maggi maker Nestle India is drawing up plans to relaunch its banned instant noodles in a new way, if the court permits the company ...
 International Business Times India6 hours ago
Livemint.com

Maggi effect: Nestle offers premium milk at a discount

Since the first reports of Nestle's Maggi noodles containing high lead and monosodium glutamate (MSG) content surfaced on 21 May till date, the Nestle India scrip has lost 11.65%. Photo: AFP Mumbai: Nestle India Ltd is offering a 33% discount on ...
 Livemint.com16 hours ago Dairy farmers worried as Nestle stops milk supply in Moga area  Times of India6 days ago
DNA

Packaged foods under Govt scanner

nation-wide ban on Nestle India's Maggi noodles, all the packaged food — including baby food, energy drinks, mineral water and body building food supplements are under Delhi Government's scanner. The Delhi Food Safety department has collected ...
 New Delhi Pioneer17 hours ago Food safety officials order recall batch of baby food 'Pedia Sure'  DNA5 days ago
MSN India

Maggi noodles — a testing trial

The Maggi noodles row has raised a number of questions relating to labelling, testing methodology and interpretation of food safety regulations. But how did a 33-year-old brand, the first to introduce instant noodles in India, vanish from ...
 Hindu Business Line19 hours ago Maggi Effect: Rs 1,700-crore teeth for food regulator  MSN India1 week ago Make laws and celebs accountable  Deccan chronicle2 weeks ago US food regulator testing Maggi noodles after India recall  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Med India

Unleaded Maggi

After Maggi noodles, KFC has come under the scanner for handing out unsafe food to customers. A recent lab test, conducted by the Telangana State Food Laboratory, revealed the presence of harmful pathogens, salmonella and E coli bacteria in KFC’s food. This ...
 Asian Age18 hours ago Dettol Soap Samples' Fail Lab Test, Net Weight Less Than Declared  Med India1 week ago Tests show Dettol soap label declaring wrong weight  Economic Times1 week ago After Maggi, Dettol soap sample slips on quality  Money Today1 week ago

Team Australia turns out to farewell Maggie White

Tour Operators A woman who touched so many lives The who's who of Australia's tourism industry and members from Team Australia in Asia turned out in full force to say goodbye to Maggie White who, in her 25-year-career with Tourism Australia, ...
 Travel Weekly Asia6 hours ago Tourism Australia's former executive Maggie White no more  TravelBizMonitor.com6 days ago RIP Maggie White  Financial Express1 week ago
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