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Companies forced to recall products in India

By Rediff Business Desk
August 07, 2015 18:30 IST
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It is not just Nestle India which has violated the regulatory and manufacturing standards leading to recall of its products.

Image: Maggi banned in India. Photograph: Reuters
 
 

According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, a number of companies have been found violating the regulatory and manufacturing standards leading to recall of products or withdrawal of NoCs of applications for product approval.

Take a look at the products that have been recalled from the market....

Nestle India

Product: Maggi Noodles

 

Amway India Enterprises
Products: Nutrilite cal mag D, Nutrilite B tablets, Nutrilite iron-folic acid tablets, Nutrilite Bio C, Poitrium-Vanilla and Nutrilite kids drinks mixed with fruit flavor



Monster Energy India

Product: Monster energy drink



Pushpam Foods
Product: Cloud 9 energy drinks



Hector Beverage

Product: Tzinga energy drink


Akoaroma Co

Product: Akoaroma flavoured water



Barry Callebaut India

Product: Milk compound, dark compound and white compound

 

Jagdale Industries
Products: Mulmin plus capsules, Mulmin pro, Mulmin syrup and Mulmin drops

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