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HC allows Nestle to export Maggi noodles

Samples of noodles manufactured in March 2014 were reportedly found to contain high lead content and Monosodium Glutamate.


The company told the court that it was in the process of recalling and incinerating product packages. 130 more words

India

Bombay High Court: Nestlè India Allowed to Export Maggi Noodle Brand

At the hearing today the Hon’ble Bombay High Court allowed Nestlé India to continue the export of MAGGI Noodles. The Hon’ble Court has fixed the matter for further hearing on 14th July. 30 more words

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Nestle accused of sexism with naked chef ad but advertising watchdog says the male baker was “empowered”

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Food and beverage giant Nestle has been forced to defend a recent television advertisement for its Sweetened Condensed Milk after numerous consumers complained to the Advertising Standards Board that the ad is ‘sexist’. 406 more words

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Nestle Ingin Membuat Produknya Lebih Sehat

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Seiring perubahan pada trend konsumen, terutama terkait makanan dan minuman, CEO Nestle Paul Bulcke pada hari Kamis mengatakan bahwa perusahaan berencana untuk kembali menarik hari konsumen dengan rencana sederhana, yaitu dengan membuat makanan lebih sehat. 130 more words

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Nestle New Zealand—26 June 2015

Nestle NZ has been a fantastic sponsor of CUE Haven for several years.  They have regularly provided our volunteers with coffee, tea, hot chocolate, snacks and water bottles all of which have been very much appreciated. 468 more words

CUE Haven

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Food safety officials on Friday directed recall of a batch of baby food ‘Pedia Sure’ on a complaint of ‘foul smell’.

The direction was given following a complaint by a customer here who had purchased the food product which has an expiry year of 2016. 362 more words

India

Nestle plans alternative snack in India in place of banned Maggi noodles

Nestle is working hard to produce an alternative snack to Maggi noodles, which were banned in India due to higher-than-permitted levels of lead content.

“With no clarity over when Maggi in its existing form will be back on shelves, Nestle is working on alternate snacking options,” said one the sources. 232 more words

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