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After re-launch Nestle's Maggi again lands in a soup

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Published on 9 March 2016 8:14 AM GMT

After re-launch Nestles Maggi again lands in a soup
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Barabanki: Months after the re-launch of Nestle’s famous instant noodle brand Maggi, the company again landed in a soup when the quantity of Ash in its taste maker was found to be in excess.

According to Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) the permissible quantity of Ash in Maggi taste maker is .88 mg but in the test it was found to be 1.83 mg found. The report was released by Food and Analysis Laboratory in Lucknow.

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  • The sample was collected from Sudhanshu General Store in Safedabad area of Barabanki district of Uttar Pradesh.
  • The sample was collected by the team of FDA, recently.

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