Nestle India got in trouble yet again when a live insect was found inside kid nourishment powder Lactogen leading to a raid on the store selling the questionable content.
Meenu Sharma and Sachin Sharma had bought many Lactogen powder boxes for children a few days ago. They’d fed the child one carton.
Sachin instantly called team and drugs section and lodged a formal charge. From where the cartons were bought, the complaint was acted on by the team and raided the shop.
It is alleged the kid was unwell. The shocking event came to light when Nestle announced that it would resume creation of Maggi.
In June, the FSSAI had prohibited Maggi noodles saying it was “unsafe and dangerous” for eating after discovering lead amounts beyond permissible limits. The instant noodles had been removed by the business from the marketplace. The prohibition had been challenged by Nestle India by FSSAI in the Bombay High Court.