Maggi samples have been reported to clear tests in three laboratories designated by the Bombay High Court leading to lift its ban in two places namely Karnataka and Gujarat respectively.
Nestle India reported on Friday that all samples of Maggi Noodles have cleared the tests for the amount of monosodium glutamate(MSG) and Lead, in all three designated Laboratories as per the orders of Bombay High Court. The company said that soon the instant noodle snack will find its way back to stock the market shelves after official clearance.
Nestle India also said that even though maggi is still unavailable in Gujarat and Karnataka after the ban was lifted, the company, however, shall commence the manufacturing and that they will sell “only after the newly manufactured products are also cleared by the designated three laboratories.”
And look who went crazy after hearing the news!
— Maggi India (@MaggiIndia) October 19, 2015
@MaggiIndia This news itself has made me feel HUNGRY (:
— Harry (@GreatPunekar) October 19, 2015
@MaggiIndia Never doubted you guys. Waiting for Maggi to hit the stores.
— PriyaRaju (@PriyaRaju) October 19, 2015
Cousins in Karnataka and friends in Gujarat, if you love me as much as you claim to, send Maggi ASAP.
— ? (@02geeta) October 19, 2015
@MaggiIndia maggi my first love since childhood
— Bikash Joshi (@bikashj5) October 19, 2015
Well we’re all crazy about Maggi aren’t we? Waiting! 😀