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Health minister U.T Khader urges people not to sell, buy Maggi noodles

Bengaluru: State health and family welfare minister U.T Khader has urged the retailers not to sell the Maggi noodles and also insisted people not to but it until the reports from the arrives from the Food safety and standard Association of India (FSSAI).

Maggi noodles is under scrutiny after high level of (monosodium glutamate) MSG and lead was found in it. Union consumer affairs ministry has ordered states to get the sample of Maggi noodles tested.

U.T Khader said that the samples will tested in four FSSAI identified as divisional laboratories, Mysuru based CFTRI and six NABL accredited private laboratories in the state.

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