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BT Online Bureau
New Delhi, August 13, 2015
The Court however ruled that Nestle will not manufacture or sell Maggi till the testing is complete.

Mumbai, August 12, 2015
After falling 4.7 per cent to Rs 6,008.20 in intra-day trade, shares of the company finally ended at Rs 6,184.70, down 1.91 per cent on the BSE.

New Delhi, August 12, 2015
A USFDA spokesperson said, \"Following news reports about alleged lead levels in Maggi noodles sold in the US, FDA testing did not find any levels that present a public health concern for US consumers.\"

New Delhi, August 11, 2015
Seeking financial penalties among other actions, the Consumer Affairs Ministry will soon file a complaint against the company before the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) using a provision for the first time in the nearly three-decade-old Consumer Protection Act.

New Delhi, August 6, 2015
Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, Ram Vilas Paswan said foreign investors will also now think twice before investing in India as our credibility is at stake.

New Delhi, August 5, 2015
Rubbishing tests done by the Goa lab, the food regulator said food analysts at the lab had wrongly taken the permissible limit of lead as 10 parts per million as against the actual maximum permissible level of 2.5 parts per million.

New Delhi, August 4, 2015
Director of the FDA Salim Veljee, said the negative result did not necessarily mean a clean chit for Maggi because of contrary findings made by other state and central government laboratories.

Krishna N. Das
New Delhi, August 2, 2015
The unit of Swiss food giant Nestle is at the centre of India's worst food scare in a decade after FSSAI found its Maggi noodles contained dangerous levels of lead.

Mumbai, July 31, 2015
Though only three variants were tested, the regulators banned all nine variants of Maggi.

New Delhi, July 29, 2015
Nestle India's total income from the operations during the period under review declined 19.52 per cent to Rs 1,957.01 crore as against Rs 2,431.97 crore in the same period of previous year.

BT Online Bureau
New Delhi, July 24, 2015
Suresh Narayan, who is currently Chairman and CEO, Nestle Philippines, will officially take over India operations for the company on August 1.

New Delhi, July 22, 2015
During last hearing, Nestle India had told the Bombay High Court that a certain batch of its instant food product may have contained lead beyond permissible limit but government's decision to impose a blanket ban was unfair and illegal.

New Delhi, July 19, 2015
Food Safety and Standards Authority of India's proposal comes after ban on import of Chinese milk and milk products last month due to presence of melamine.

Mumbai, July 14, 2015
FSSAI questioned an  order by Maharashtra government prohibiting the sale of the same products on the ground that they were unsafe and harmful for the health of people.

Mail Today bureau
New Delhi, July 9, 2015
\"The action taken by FSSAI is discouraging innovation in the food processing sector. FSSAI has created environment of fear in the industry,\" she said.

New Delhi, July 7, 2015
On June 5, food regulator FSSAI banned Maggi directing Nestle to immediately withdraw and recall all nine variants of Maggi instant noodles from market due to presence of lead and MSG beyond permissible limits.

Mumbai, June 30, 2015
The domestic restrictions, however, would continue to apply. The matter will now come up for further hearing on July 14.

New Delhi, June 29, 2015
On June 8, FSSAI had come out with the advisory on product safety testing of all instant noodle products in India after lead beyond permissible limits in Maggi noodles along with taste enhancer Monosodium glutamate (MSG).

New Delhi, June 25, 2015
The regulator has also brought food items ranging from mineral water, salt, jam, fish and meat, under the mandatory compliance of maximum limits of heavy metals - tin, arsenic and cadmium.

Moga (Punjab) , June 16, 2015
Nestle India hasn't fired any of its permanent workers yet and is engaging them in different activities but it hasn't taken a long-term view on their future in case the ban on Maggi prolongs.

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