Maggi Noodles Recalled after food inspectors found more Lead content

Maggi Noodles Recalled after high Levels of Lead were found in the maggi tested in Uttar Pradesh.

The Food Safety and Drug Administration or FDA official in Uttar Pradesh after a routine test with the dozens of maggi packets found the lead content to be high which has concentration of 17.2 parts per million (ppm), nearly seven times the permissible limit.

Maggi recalled after inspection

Maggi recalled after inspection

They also found MSG (MonoSodium Glutamate) taste enhancer, is also at higher levels.

Nestle India reported that they do not add MSG to noodles, sometime it may come with natural sources. Also, said they check for lead as part of our stringent quality control processes, including testing by accredited laboratories.