HC declines to stay order of food authorities banning 9 variants of Maggi noodles

The Bombay High Court on Friday declined any relief to Swiss multinational Nestle, which has sought a judicial review of the Indian food safety regulator's order banning its top-selling nine variants of Maggi instant noodles on health issues. It will hear the plea June 30.

The court on Friday issued notice to the Food Safety & Standards Authority of India and other respondents and posted the matter for next hearing June 30.

Among other things, Nestle has urged the court to quash the June 5 FSSAI order asking the company to withdraw and recall its Maggi variants from the Indian market - which the company complied with.

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