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Is Maggi safe? Yes, Nestle India has tested over 1000 batches of MAGGI noodles and test results confirm that MAGGI Noodles are safe, with lead levels well within the food safety limits.
Maggi India is confident that MAGGI noodles are very much safe. Laboratory tests have confirmed that the lead level is within the set limit. Read more Maggi MSG FAQs to clarify your doubts
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Nestlé India currently exports small quantities of Maggi noodles to the US, Canada, UK, Australia, Singapore and Kenya. We also manufacture Maggi noodles in other countries and these are not affected by the situation in India.
When will MAGGI Noodles be back? We are working hard to resolve the situation and we aim to be back in the market as soon as we can.
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As already announced we are in the process of withdrawing MAGGI Noodles stock from the market and destroying it. The estimated “Sales Value” of the stock in the market, including those with our trade partners, is around INR 210 Crores (2.1 billion).
We have received test results from all three laboratories mandated by the Hon’ble Bombay High Court to test MAGGI Noodles samples.