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From children to elders, every hostler to every housewife, Maggi is the favorite mouth-watering, tasty comfort food that just needs 2 minutes. Maggi Noodles, your favourite go-to snack has come under fire after some samples in Uttar Pradesh were found to be high in Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) and excess of lead.
This has led the Lucknow Food Safety and Drug Administration (FSDA) Assistant Commissioner Vijay Bahadur to appeal to the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) in New Delhi to cancel Maggi’s license. An investigation of the product is underway across the country to check the quality. If the investigation confirms the report, you can say goodbye to your favorite lazy snack.
MSG is a kind of non-essential amino acid found commonly in agricultural products but is also used in food industries as additives in packaged food to enhance flavor. These additives are harmful for health, especially for children.
Nestle spokesperson said that product contains less than 1 percent MSG, and the high levels of MSG, if present, may have come from naturally occurring sources.. The Nestle spokesperson expresses his amazement regarding these lab results.. He also said that Indian regulators have not specified the limit for the amount of MSG that can be added.