The Gujarat food and drugs authority, which launched a massive drive to check the food safety standards of packaged products after lead and monosodium glutamate (MSG) were found beyond permissible limits in the samples of Nestle’s Maggi, has sent to laboratories as many as 200 variants of more than 20 instant noodle brands and the results would likely be disclosed in a week.
Posted on Nov 15, 2015 | Posted by Jayanthi Vasudevan | Tags: Gujarat food and drugs authority, monosodium glutamate (MSG), Food and Drugs Control Administration (FDCA), Nestle’s Maggi, instant noodle brands | Comments (0)
The manufactures of the instant noodle brands would be sent notices for withdrawal, if their products do not conform with the set standards, said the Food and
Drugs Control Administration (FDCA)...........Read more
Source web page: Indian Express