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Nestle Global CEO says Maggi is safe, withdrawal due to confusion among consumers; FSSAI calls few more Maggi noodle versions unsafe
Nestle Global CEO, Paul Bulcke while interacting with Indian media today in New Delhi has said that Maggi noodles are safe to be eaten by the consumers. He said that the noodle brand is being pulled out of the market due to the confusion and distress among the consumers in the country. He said that the company doesn't use MSG in Maggi.

Following Maggi controversy that initially started from the state of Uttar Pradesh and resulted into a ban in India's national capital city Delhi, states like Gujarat and Tamil Nadu with labs tests going on across the country to ascertain whether Lead and MSG are present in the noodle at a dangerous leve, Paul Bulcke emphasized that Nestle feels unfounded reasons resulted in confusion and the trust of consumers was shaken.

As reported by First Post, Paul Bulcke said, "We apply the same quality standards and methods in the world here in India too. Our tests have found that Maggi is absolutely safe."

Nestle's Global CEO Paul Bulcke said that they are cooperating with Indian authorities and trying to resolve the issue to bring Maggi back in the market soon. He said the presently the company main focus is on winning back the trust of the Indian consumers.

Amid the clarification coming from Nestle's Global CEO, India's food safety regulator, Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has issued a series of orders to Nestle in which it asked the company to withdraw 9 versions of its Maggi instant noodles from the market and stop their production as it found them unsafe for public consumption. 

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