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Maggi Noodles Back on Sale in India

Maggi Noodles Back on Sale in India
November 16
10:48 2015

Following tests by government accredited labs in India showing Maggi noodles are safe to eat, Nestlé India has announced that it has started selling the product again. The move comes five months after Nestlé India voluntarily withdrew Maggi noodles from the Indian market.

Suresh Narayanan, chairman and managing director of Nestlé India, says: “MAGGI Noodles has very special relationships and strong emotional bonds with its consumers across the country and I am confident that our bonds will grow even stronger. On behalf of over 7000 Nestlé India employees, I would like to thank all our suppliers, distributors, retailers, and millions of consumers from every corner of India and overseas for their support, love, reassurance, and for being there during our difficult period. MAGGI Noodles rightfully belongs to them and I feel happy to be able to give back to them their familiar taste during the auspicious and festive Deepawali season.”

Over the past 32 years, MAGGI has become the most relevant, trusted and valuable food brand in India. It has understood the changing lifestyles of generations, provided products that the family enjoys and constantly innovated products that add value. The MAGGI Noodles being rolled out now have the same masala taste that the consumers have always enjoyed.

MAGGI Noodles is presently being manufactured at three locations, at Nanjangud (Karnataka), Moga (Punjab) and Bicholim (Goa). For the other two locations at Tahliwal and Pantnagar, the company is engaging with the relevant authorities to obtain directions to commence manufacture.

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