The Central Food Technological Research Institutue of India has recently tested Maggi Noodle samples to be in compliance with the standards set by Food Safety and Standards Authority Of India.

Nestle 'Maggi' instant noodles are photographed in a shop in the Indian capital New Delhi on June 3, 2015. India June 3, 2015, tested packets nationwide of Nestle India's instant noodles after high lead levels were found in batches in the country's north amid a mounting food-safety scare, an official said. AFP PHOTO / Chandan KHANNA (Photo credit should read Chandan Khanna/AFP/Getty Images)
Nestle ‘Maggi’ instant noodles

Earlier, in june, nestle maggi was removed from the market when the Goa FDA (Food and Drug Administration) sent samples to the CFTRI leading to a ban on India’s most popular and loved instant noodle snack after exceeding amounts of lead was found in the samples from Uttar Pradesh and other regions.

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However, Goa FDA had sent the Maggi noodles samples to Mysore-based CFTRI for retesting of the safety of instant noodles and according to the Goa FDA director Salim A Veljee, “CFTRI finding shows that samples are in compliance with the food safety standards as per the Food Safety and Standards Rules, 2011,”.

Suresh Narayanan, Nestle India’s new chief stated that bringing the instant noodles brand back to the market is his top priority and is ready for reconciliation with the authorities.

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