No health risk in Nestle's Maggi sold in Canada, says Food Inspection Agency

New Delhi - The Canadian food regulator on Friday announced that Nestle India's Maggi noodle products were safe for consumption.

"The Canadian Food Inspection Agency's (CFIA) investigation did not find any health risk associated with the consumption of Maggi brand noodle products sold in Canada," the food regulator said in a release.

 No health risk in Nestles Maggi sold in Canada, says Food Inspection Agency


"We are continuing to monitor the situation in India and working with our international regulatory partners," it added.

In June, Singapore's food regulator had also declared Maggi noodles from India as safe for consumption.

Maggi noodles were banned by India's food regulator on June 5 after a high amount of lead and chemical monosodium glutamate were found in it.

Nestle withdrew all varieties of Maggi noodles hours before the ban that ruled it 'unsafe and hazardous'.


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Updated Date: Jul 04, 2015 08:55:23 IST