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Maggi Proved Innocent: The Noodle has Emerged Safe to Eat

After heart-breaking reports of Maggi being found with high amounts of lead in it in Uttar Pradesh, the 2 minute noodle fans will be relieved and delighted to know that this guilty noodle, has been proved innocent.

That’s right. After claims that Maggi was going to be banned, the manufacturer tested 600 batches in an external lab and over a thousand batches in their own labs to examine lead levels. It was then declared that the quantities were well within health specifications and were finally, safe to be consumed.

As a responsible company, we submitted samples of Maggi Noodles from almost 600 product batches to an external laboratory for independent analysis and we tested samples from almost 1000 batches at our own accredited laboratory. These samples represent around 125 Million (12.5 Crore) packets. All the results of these internal and external tests show that lead levels are well within the limits specified by food regulations.

 

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After the first announcement of Maggi being banned, it seemed like all of social media was mourning the possible loss of its beloved noodles that advocated being healthy, nutritious and tasty  over the years.  However, people are now rejoicing at the thought of Maggi being safe from all the accusations and of course, from being banned. Here’s a look at the kind of love it received shortly after announcing their safety:

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It is endearing to see that the noodle manufacturer has replied to all their fans and proved their worth of being the nations No. 1 noodles. Let’s hope they manage to keep the controversies at bay as they continue to feed millions of people.




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