Ahhh!!! A good news for Maggi lovers since Suresh Narayanan, Nestle India chief declared that Maggi noodles will be soon hitting markets by the year end.
Maggi noodles was in trouble from the last few months due to FIR filed against them, claiming to have excessive lead content and high amount of mono-sodium glutamate (MSG), which is harmful for body. On June 5, 2015 Bombay High Court announced a ban on Maggi.
Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), the surveillance team of food products had conducted over 2,700 tests on Maggi noodles, which Narayanan claims that 1,100 have been done in domestic laboratories. To get rid of this misconception, the court has ordered to test Maggi samples at Punjab, Hyderabad and Jaipur laboratories which are accredited with National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration (NABL).
Ban was lifted by Bombay High Court on August 13, 2015 on account of fresh testing of samples and see whether it abides to the countryâ€™s food safety laws.
Talking about renovation of the product Narayanan said, â€œWhat has worked for 30 years must work in future too, although the company would continue to work on innovation and add more variants in future.â€
Taking into consideration the Public relation activity, the Nestle product had already making ad films proposing a jingle of â€˜We Miss You Maggiâ€™. Asked about the same, Narayanan said, that we could spend aggressively on building of companyâ€™s image and reputation.