New Delhi | Nestle India which is neck-deep in trouble following country-wide ban on sale of its flagship product Maggi Noodle, has said it is probing into a consumers complaint over alleged presence of larvae in its packaged milk NAN PRO-3.
Asserting that its products are manufactured in compliance of strict quality norms, the company said there are media reports about complaint of a consumer regarding NAN PRO-3, ”We have not been contacted by the consumer or the authorities in relation to this matter.”
It said Nestle has in place strict food quality and safety procedures, including pest control and quality checks at the different stages of manufacturing and storage process.
”Moreover, our manufacturing technology excludes the possibility of insects living and surviving in the sealed package in which this product is sold. Shortly before the package is sealed, any remaining oxygen is completely removed as part of the manufacturing process to maintain the product’s freshness and nutritional value,” the company said in a statement posted on its website.
It said Nestle is making ”every effort to obtain the information we need in order to investigate this consumer complaint.”
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