Maggi maybe banned home but it certainly is not jailed abroad. Nestle can breathe a sigh of relief in UK, earlier Singapore too gave clean chit to Maggi. British authorities confirmed that Maggi Noodles produced in India and elsewhere are safe to consume, after conducting tests on all samples of the product.

Basically only masala flavour of noodles was imported into the UK from India but  the Food Standards Agency (FSA) had decided to test all samples of the product to check for levels of lead after a controversy in India, and it found that levels of lead in the product is well within EU permissible levels and would not be a concern to consumers.

The ban on the instant noodles in India had sparked fears among consumers in Britain, largely the NRI’s, who are able to buy the masala flavour pack imported from India from two major supermarket chains in Britain, Tesco and Morrisons. Now so if you really are a maggi lover, you’d fly down to Britain and have a cuppa-noodles!!