The Bihar government on Saturday, August 1, 2015, banned the sale of six brands of noodles for one month across the state. Food safety department official Anand Kishore said, "The state government has banned six products of noodles after results of the tested samples collected in Bihar revealed that they were not fit for consumption and in violation of the food safety act."
Kishore further added, "The six brands of noodles include that of Hindustan Lever, TCS, Nestle and Glaxo companies."
AdvertisementTwo months ago Bihar had banned only Nestle's Maggi instant noodles for one month after an allegedly high amount of lead and monosodium glutamate was found in samples.
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