New Delhi: As matters between the apex food regulatory body and Baba Ramdev's consumer goods…
Chandigarh: Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali Noodles lands itself in trouble within weeks after the launch. According to Zee news reports, a few bugs were found in its packets in Jind, Haryana.
The bugs were spotted inside the sealed pack by a man purchased from Swadeshi store in Narwana, according to News 18 reports.
The shopkeeper has admitted that the packet was purchased from his outlet.
The man has decided to file litigation against Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali.
After the launch itself Patanjali had come under the scanner of government where FSSAI said that Ramdev did not get approval for Patanjali Noodles.
Ramdev responded that he never received any notice from FSSAI.
Apparently, FSSAI had given approval for Patanjali’s pasta brand. “We have licence for Pasta in central category from FSSAI. As per FSSAI, noodles come under the ‘pasta’ category. FSSAI has given us licence for relabeling in the pasta category,” Patanjali said in a statement.
Ramdev had launched Patanjali noodles just after Nestle’s Maggi got banned from markets.