The instant noodle from Nestle is not the first food brand in this country to have faced a tough time.
The power that food has over communities shouldn’t be underestimated.
Although many states have banned the produce of Nestlé's instant noodles, United Kingdom's food regulator board has given the brand a clean chit.
A state food laboratory in Hyderabad has found mono sodium glutamate (MSG) above permissible limits in some of its food.
| Hello, Health | 3-minute read
Refined food needs to be weaned from our diet, not thrown out.
Big brands such as Nestlé are able to get away only because of their deft circumventing of prescribed norms.
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Had FSSAI woken up to evidence about junk food firms openly flouting regulations earlier, the current episode would not have assumed this proportion.
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Thank you, Usha Thakur. As if women were not already snowed under the burden of assorted labels society has chosen for us.
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We are simply missing the real 'issue' in the whole drama.
| Quantum Leap | 2-minute read
The rules have been in the making for almost five years, but the row over the instant noodles has hastened the process.