Nestlé and Singapore food authority confirm MAGGI Noodles are Safe

To Press Releases listJun 11, 2015

Nestlé Singapore reassures consumers that Maggi noodles in Singapore are absolutely safe for consumption. Nestlé has tested around 1,000 batches of Maggi noodles in its own laboratories, and 600 more batches in an independent laboratory. These tests covered batches totalling 125 million packets of noodles.

Furthermore, results from the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority’s (AVA) recent food safety tests on Maggi noodles available in Singapore, including those produced in India, showed that the noodles met Singapore’s food safety standards and do not pose food safety risks to consumers. On 8 June, AVA confirmed that Maggi noodles available in Singapore are safe for consumption.

Nestlé would like to reassure consumers that the quality and safety of our products are the top priorities for our company.

For more information on Maggi Noodles, click here: http://www.nestle.com/aboutus/ask-nestle/answers/maggi-noodles-india-msg-lead-ban-recall.

For further enquiries, please contact the Nestlé Consumer Services Free Phone at 800-6011-633.