After the huge controversy for the popular 2-minutes snack Maggi, the company, Nestle India has decided to remove it from the stores in the India. During testing, found lead and MSG into Maggi, so due to this major reason, many states in the country banned the product.

Several Indian states, including New Delhi, Gujarat, Uttarakhand, and Jammu-Kashmir have decided that either no more sale will be there of the product or further testing will be conducted on the sample before taking serious action. And, if the situation is clarified, then it would be back again in the Indian market.

Since the first day of its testing, the selling graph of Maggi has been dropped. It has been also detected that the chemical flavour enhancer MSG, which is not mentioned in the list of ingredients.

It is one of the favourite snacks of the school and college students in the India as it’s easy and quick food to cook. And, also one of the fastest selling food items in the country, about INR 15 billion sales annually.