Lucknow, July 22: After Maggi, now trouble has come for Domino's Pizza. The Food and Drug Authority (FDA) has suspended the licence of an outlet of Domino's Pizza in the Amroha district.
As per an IndiaToday report, "Following a complaint, the FDA has sent a sample of tomato sauce snacks dressing to its Kolkata laboratory for testing and the sample was found unsafe for consumption.
Not only this, the district administration of Allahabad has also banned the supply of Parle Monaco nad all of its products in Allahabad and six adjoining districts after a girl fell ill after consuming the biscuit.
As per the report, "Following this, a team of the district administration and civil supply officials raided its Naini-based Allahabad super distributor godown on Tuesday and seized over 800 packets of the biscuit."
Trouble also came for KFC and Cafe Coffee Day (CCD) earlier, as the green watchdog asked them to shut shop as they were found flouting environmental laws.
FSSAI had banned nine variants of Maggi terming them "unsafe and hazardous" for human consumption after finding high levels of lead and presence of taste enhancer monosodium glutamate (MSG). Nestle India also announced withdrawal of the product from the market.