In a new twist of events, Karnataka and Gujarat have lifted the ban on manufacture and sale of Maggi noodles, paying way for its return. The announcements by the two states came after a clean chit was given by three government-approved laboratories to Maggi noodles, which was banned by central food regulator FSSAI and various state-level watchdogs in June for high levels of lead and mislabeling regarding MSG.
Last week, Nestle India confirmed that all 90 samples of Maggi cleared tests conducted by three laboratories, as mandated by the Bombay High Court. The company is now planning to relaunch the product soon. Few days ago, the front page of a leading newspaper showed off a clutter breaking advertisement Nestle India that goes on to reassure fans that they will be able to eat their favourite noodles soon. The company has also said that all the manufactured products from the new lot will undergo fresh tests at the three National Accreditation Board For Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL) labs in Mohali, Jaipur and Hyderabad to confirm lead levels before being available in the market.
In the past few months, Nestle has conducted around 3,500 tests with 200 million packs in national and international accredited laboratories and all reports have been found to be clear. Tests have also been conducted in other countries like the US, Britain, Australia and Singapore that found Maggi noodles manufactured in India safe for human consumption.
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