Bombay High Court to hear Nestle plea against Maggi ban June 30

Mumbai, June 12 (IANS) 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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