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Focus on compliance with new norms: FSSAI

2017-12-08 thehindubusinessline
The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has asked safety commissioners to take cognisance of the new standards framed for various food products.

Global food companies form lobby in India to avoid Maggi-like fiasco

2017-12-06 livemint
New Delhi: To avoid another Maggi-like fiasco, global food companies such as Cargill, Nestle, Coca-Cola, Danone, Tesco, Metro Group and Amazon have come together to form a lobby in India to work with the government, the regulator and academia to ensure food safety.

Nestle India declares interim dividend of Rs 33 per share

2017-12-04 thehindubusinessline
FMCG major Nestle India today declared an interim dividend of Rs 33 per share for 2017.

Nestle India declares interim dividend of Rs 33 per share

2017-12-04 business-standard
FMCG major Nestle India today declared an interim dividend of Rs 33 per share for 2017. "The Board of Directors at their meeting held today declared third interim dividend of Rs 33 per equity share for the year 2017 on the entire issued, subscribed and paid up share capital of the company," Nestle said in a BSE filing.

Nestle India declares interim dividend of Rs 33 per share

2017-12-04 moneycontrol
FMCG major Nestle India today declared an interim dividend of Rs 33 per share for 2017.

Maggi compliant with latest FSSAI norms, no ash added: Nestle

2017-12-04 freepressjournal.in
New Delhi: FMCG major Nestle India said today that Maggi complied with the latest guidelines of food safety regulator FSSAI and it does not add any ash to its popular noodles.

Maggi compliant with latest FSSAI norms, no ash added: Nestle after UP fine

2017-12-04 business-standard
FMCG major Nestle India said on Monday that Maggi complied with the latest guidelines of food safety regulator Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) and it does not add any ash to its popular noodles.  District administration of Shahjahanpur, UP, had slapped a fine on Nestle India and its distributors last week after Maggi had allegedly failed to pass the lab test and found ash content above the permissible limits for human consumption.

Maggi compliant with latest FSSAI norms: Nestle

2017-12-04 thehindubusinessline
Last week district administration of Shahjahanpur slapped a fine on Nestle India after Maggi had allegedly failed to pass the lab test

Maggi compliant with latest FSSAI norms, no ash added: Nestle

2017-12-04 moneycontrol
FMCG major Nestle India said today that Maggi complied with the latest guidelines of food safety regulator FSSAI and it does not add any ash to its popular noodles.

News in Numbers: Rs45 lakh penalty imposed on Nestle India in Uttar Pradesh

2017-11-30 livemint
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Nestle told to pay fine over ash in Maggi noodles

2017-11-29 livemint
New Delhi: Nestle India Ltd, a unit of Swiss packaged food company Nestle SA, has been told to pay a fine after a Lucknow-based laboratory found ash content higher than the permissible limit in samples of Maggi noodles, the company’s biggest revenue earner. (1-0)

No #39;ash content#39; in Maggi, says Nestle India

2017-11-29 moneycontrol
FMCG major Nestle India, which is facing penalty over alleged "ash content" in Maggi, said the company does not use it while manufacturing the popular noodles.

Maggi Noodles is compliant with FSSAI norms: Nestle India

2017-11-29 thehindubusinessline
Nestle India on Wednesday said that Maggi Noodles is safe for consumption and that it does not add ash at any stage of the manufacturing process.

Nestle India slapped with fine over substandard Maggi noodles

2017-11-29 livemint
New Delhi: An Indian court on Tuesday imposed a fine of Rs45 lakh ($70,000) on Nestle India in a 2015 case for selling substandard instant noodles after a laboratory test found high ash content in its popular Maggi brand. (1-0)

Nestle India fined US$70,000 for substandard Maggi noodles - Channel NewsAsia

2017-11-29 channelnewsasia
NEW DELHI: An Indian court on Tuesday (Nov 28) imposed a fine of 4.5 million rupees (US$70,000) on Nestle India in a 2015 case for selling substandard instant noodles after a laboratory test found high ash content in its popular Maggi brand. (1-0)