Maggi noodles from Nestle ‘hazardous’ – India regulator

June 8, 2015

Asia & Oceania, Health

In Nigeria today, instant noodles, especially IndoMie, are very common and popular.  Here is a story out of Asia, though not of Nestle’s Maggi Noodles but it should give parents a thought on the nature of these “instant” foreign-palate cuisine which has gained wide acceptance in the country.

Are the manufacturers getting adequate supervision from the government agency in charge of food and beverages, say, NAFDAC?


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Maggi noodles from Nestle ‘hazardous’ – India Regulator

By Sanjoy Majumder


Below is a story from the BBC on India’s popular instant noodles which “India’s food safety regulator said tests have found Nestle India’s Maggi instant noodle products are “unsafe and hazardous”.

Read the full story.


MONDAY, JUNE 08, 2015.  10:15 p.m. [GMT]


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