There’s no more sales of Maggi in the country, so the company Nestle India has decided to destroy the packets of its hugely popular Maggi Noodles, following a ban imposed by the India’s Food Safety Regualtor. The Maggi has been termed as unsafe and hazardous food for the human consumption.

But, now the company will destroy about 27,000 tonnes of Maggi noodles across the country. And, it’s one of the largest failures, not only in its own history, but in the entire food industry. At present, there are 17,020 tonnes of Maggi samples having with distributors, retail outlets and consumers. They all have begun to buying back in order to destroy them.

When all the Maggi samples will be collected, then it will carry by thousands of trucks to bring them to five private cement factories, where they will be mixed with fuel expose to high temperature thermal destruction in kilns.

In a day, around 700 tonnes of Maggi are to be destroyed, means, it will take at least 40 days to destroy the whole stock. The company already began to take off the Maggi samples from the store, after the huge complaints in some packets. This 2-minute Maggi noodles arrived in 1983 in India and found in every corner shop in the country.