WEB DESK: Nestle will exterminate noodles worth of $50 million following a ban imposed on their hugely popular brand Maggi noodles by Indian food safety authority, Indian Media reported.
Test conducted by India’s food regulator have found out that Nestle has failed to obey the food safety law.
However Nestle is going to challenge the ban as they insist that the noodles are safe for health.
Stock has been taken off the shelves. Nestle will have to bear the additional cost also as transporting the stock to extermination point to extermination everything will cost them.
The company has challenged the ban in the Mumbai high court.
Paul Bulcke, Nestle’s global chief executive has promised to return Maggi to local store once the laboratory tests are out.
Maggi covers 80% of Indian local instant noodle market.