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After Maggi and Knorr Top Ramen the latest casualty on safety ground

After Maggi and Knorr Top Ramen the latest casualty on safety ground

India Blooms News Service | 30 Jun 2015, 06:01 pm
New Delhi, June 30 (IBNS) After Maggi controversy, central food safety regulator Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has forced 'Top Ramen' noodles to be off-shelved in the Indian market.
"Since Top Ramen product approval is pending with the regulator. They have requested us to withdraw the product until they give the product approval," Indo Nissin Foods Pvt Ltd Managing Director Gautam Sharma said in a statement on Monday.

He further said Top Ramen was extensively tested in the last few weeks after product safety concerns arose in the category.
 
Instant nooles ran into a deep tourble as FSSAI already banned Nestle India's Maggi noodles while Hindustan Unilever also withdrew its Knorr instant noodles brand over safety and regulatory issues.

On June 8, FSSAI had come out with the advisory on product safety testing of all instant noodle products in India after lead beyond permissible limits in Maggi noodles along with taste enhancer Monosodium glutamate (MSG).

 

After Maggi and Knorr Top Ramen the latest casualty on safety ground

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