Nestle India in More Trouble After Live Beetles Found in Baby Food 'Cerelac'

by Dr. Trupti Shirole on  June 24, 2015 at 6:51 AM Indian Health News
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After the Maggi row, Nestle India is headed for more trouble as a couple in Coimbatore complained about live beetles being found inside a pack of baby food 'Cerelac'. The packet reportedly had an expiry date of May 20, 2016.
Nestle India in More Trouble After Live Beetles Found in Baby Food 'Cerelac'
Nestle India in More Trouble After Live Beetles Found in Baby Food 'Cerelac'

The Food and Safety Department has collected the sample for a laboratory test, after which, they will decide on filing a complaint. Nestle India has not yet responded on this issue.

Nestle's popular Maggi instant noodles has been banned by food safety regulator FSSAI due to presence of lead beyond permissible limits. Nestle India has stated that it has started destroying Maggi noodles worth Rs. 320 crores after withdrawing stock from the market, factories and distribution networks.

Source: ANI

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