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Amitabh Bachchan on Maggi row: Haven't received notice till now, will fully cooperate

A day after an FIR was registered against Amitabh Bachchan for endorsing Maggi noodles, the megastar said he hasn't received any legal notice until now.

Maggi issue: Nestle promises re-launch by Dec

The HC has ordered a re-test of the six variants of Maggi in three labs in the country and if tests prove that the lead content in the product is within permissible limits.

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Won’t withdraw suit against Nestle: Ram Vilas Paswan

The government has sought Rs 284.45 crore in basic damages and Rs 355.50 crore in punitive damages.

In public interest

The class action lawsuit is a useful instrument to protect consumer rights. But the government has picked a flimsy case

Maggi also violated packaging rules: FSSAI

The company has claimed that it used hydrolysed groundnut protein and a host of other herbs and spices which contain glutamate.

Maggi row: High Court asks FSSAI why it banned 9 variants when lead content was high only in 3

The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) on Thursday justified its decision of imposing a country-wide ban on Maggi noodles.

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Maggi ban: Alcohol should be banned first as it is injurious to health, says High Court

Nestle India’s senior counsel Iqbal Chagla, who concurred with the court’s view, said that no alcohol in the country has received product approval from the food safety regulator.

Step up food safety vigil, ban violators: RSS-affiliate to govt

The government should penalise the companies that engage in production and sale of such hazardous food items, it said.

FSSAI briefs Parliamentary panel on Maggi controversy

Consumer Affairs Ministry officials informed the panel about the growing concerns of consumers regarding safety of packaged food products

No ‘fear’, it’s business as usual at FSSAI

Food Minister Badal says the FSSAI is ‘creating fear’. Through June, the FSSAI has sought suggestions, set up a panel to regulate salt, sugar and fat intake, and issued two product-based orders.

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