It has been claimed that the company has been using MSG while manufacturing Maggi and hence it may cause serious health hazard. Many people across the country showed protest against the product and burnt Maggi packets.
Meanwhile, a video has gone viral on internet in which many stray pigs were seen eating Maggi packets which were thrown away in a dustbin by a shopkeeper.
While it has been claimed that Maggi contains high levels of MSG (Monosodium glutamate) which is harmful for human consumption, should it be left on road for stray animals?
Watch the video here. Despite all criticism and test results, CEO of Nestle, Paul Bulcke said, "Maggi noodles have been trusted in India for over 30 years. Maggi is safe for consumption, we have same quality standards everywhere in world."
He also added, "This controversy has led to consumers losing trust in us, we do not put MSG in our products. With our consumers in mind, we shall work with the authorities to clear this situation out."
He assured everyone that Maggi will be back soon to Indian market and said, "Product quality and safety is of paramount priority to us. I am very confident that we will be back as soon as possible. That is our prime objective."