इंडियन आवाज़     21 Feb 2024 04:31:03      انڈین آواز

Bombay HC refuses to lift ban on Maggi


maggieThe Bombay High Court Friday declined lift ban on Maggi noodles. A Division bench of Justice VM Kanade and justice BP Colabawala while hearing a plea filed by the Nestle India Ltd. today gave two week’s time to Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) to file its reply in the matter. The next hearing will be conducted on June 30.

Ban will continue in the state on the sale, production and distribution of Maggi noodles.

Nestle India had Wednsday filed a case in the Bombay high court for a review of orders passed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in Maharashtra and the banning of sale, production and distribution of Maggi noodles. Nestle told the Bombay High Court that the ban on Maggi by the food safety regulator was arbitrary. The company said the samples found with lead were past the expiry date and were open. Nestle has also explained that trace amounts of lead are present in the atmosphere and in the soil around the world due to the use of fertilisers and pest control and can get into food products.

Maharashtra government told the High Court it has independently tested 5 samples of Maggi and found that the lead content is more than the prescribed limit. Food Authority told Bombay High Court despite being asked to withdraw, Maggi is still being found with retailers.

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