Day by day, more troubles are increasing for the brand, Nestle India. On Sunday, more Maggi samples are taken for further testing by another state, Uttarakhand to check if it contains more quantity of lead and monosodium glutamate (MSG) against its permitted limit. Two weeks back, it was checked by the Uttar Praedesh Food and Drug Administration.

And, after knowing that it contains MSG and lead, the sales of Maggi are gradually becoming less in the country. According to the retailers, the impact could be in the range of 15-20% in the metro cities.

On the other hand, the local court in Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh has sent a notice to the Nestle India and Easyday (an Indian retail brand) to appear at the court on July 1, 2015 on the basis of a case filed by Uttar Pradesh Food and Drug Administration (FDA). One of the lawyers of Barabanki court has also filed a case against the Bollywood celebrities Madhuri Dixit, Amitabh Bachchan, and Preity Zinta for advertising of Maggi as a healthy food.

The samples are collected by the Uttarakhand food safety from Nestle’s Pantnagar plant and other cities including Dehradun. Now, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India is also looking into this matter too. A few outlets have started to remove the samples of Maggi to avoid the trouble.