Nestlé says MAGGI noodles safe to eat

Nestlé Bangladesh, in a press release, has reassured the Bangladeshi consumers that MAGGI noodles are safe to eat. The release said, Bangladesh Standards and Testing Institution (BSTI) collected samples of MAGGI instant noodles from the market as part of its regular market surveillance.

maggiAfter examining the samples, BSTI confirmed MAGGI instant noodles are safe for consumption. MAGGI instant noodles are fully compliant with BSTI standards for Instant Noodles as well as International CODEX standards. Nestlé Bangladesh is reassuring Bangladeshi consumers that MAGGI noodles are safe to eat.

MAGGI Instant Noodles is produced in Bangladesh at Nestlé’s factory in Sreepur, Gazipur.

The quality and safety of Nestlé products are the top priorities for the company. Nestlé has in place strict food safety and quality controls, which include comprehensive testing by accredited laboratories, ensuring high standards of quality and safety for the consumers.

Nestlé Bangladesh wishes to thank all its consumers for their continued trust in Nestlé. Good Food, Good Life is a promise that Nestlé commits to everyday, everywhere.


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