Mumbai: After the Dramatic ban and various test results Mumbai high court lifts the ban on Maggi noodles on Thursday. Maggi noodles were recently banned on behalf of FSSAI’s order. Recently Bombay High court has ordered FSSAI and Nestle to Retest the noodle samples in 5 different labs.

The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has recently claimed that they have found increased rate of lead and MSG in Maggi products and ordered the 9 noodle variants of Maggi to be banned from the market. The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has said it is  “unsafe and hazardous”. Nestle was also defending the case for misleading its customers by advertising the “no added MSG” in its packets.

Nestle has gone to the Mumbai court for filing a petition to revoke the ban on its crown product. In the court hearing nestle has pointed out that the FSSAI has published false statements to the public saying “emergent, drastic and arbitrary” manner. It said that the food regulator should have served a notice before issuing the ban order. As reported by the Indian Express.

Nestle also said the ban has affected the company’s reputation that t it built over the last 30 years. Children are now being told that the noodles are poisonous to eat.

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