Flix Saturday, June 06, 2015 - 05:30
  Nestle India on Friday announced that it was withdrawing Maggi noodles in the country after it was banned in several states for reportedly having more than permissible limits of lead and MSG, but continued to maintain that it was safe. As the scrutiny around the popular instant noodles continues to tighten, social media is aflush with discussions on the controversy that now surrounds the brand. But what is happening to the scores of thousands of "meri" Maggi packets that have been withdrawn from shops across the country? Image source: Imgur Image source: Hanit Ahuja/Facebook Doing the rounds on social media are the above two pictures of Maggi packets that have been disposed off in an open area. The images have apparently been taken in Bengaluru. Several users have also pointed out the irresponsible way in which the packets have been disposed.  Several memes and photgraphs mocking the brand have also cropped up. Soon in the streets of India. #Maggi #Nestle http://t.co/GSHjKDRBeR pic.twitter.com/q3mNKvlzwC — Reddit India (@redditindia) June 2, 2015 Media's Maggi! Sify cartoon #MaggiBan pic.twitter.com/oWYYF5UcTE — Satish Acharya (@satishacharya) June 4, 2015
Become a TNM Member for just Rs 999!
You can also support us with a one-time payment.