NESTLE admits 60% of its food products are not healthy..

 

 

World’s largest food company NESTLE admits 60% of its food products are not

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World’s biggest food organization NESTLE conceded that 60% of its food and refreshment items don’t fit the bill to the solid class, as revealed by Financial Times.

Earlier, Maggi was banned in India as reports suggest that the food company added Monosodium Glutamate.

A show, seen by Financial Times, has been flowed among the chiefs of the organization, that said just 37% of Nestle’s food refreshments by incomes, barring items like pet food and specific clinical nourishment, accomplish a rating above 3.5 under Australia’s wellbeing star rating framework.

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Numerous quick food sources hit the racks of temporary stores yet the measure of distinction and following Maggi has was uncommon. Settle, the organization which produces Kit Kat, Maggi, and Nescafe was hit by tremendous analysis via web-based media after 37% of their items have a score lesser than 3.5 on the Australian Health Rating

A spokesperson for Nestle India said that the company believes that nutrition is a fundamental need for a food company.The food processing company has a huge role to play in creating a healthy community.We will continue to strive to increase nutrition in our products. We will also take steps to introduce new nutritious foods to the market, he added.

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Earlier, when Nestle Maggi noodles was banned back in 2015, it was reported that the ban followed after a complaint pointed out that the noodles were high in carbs and misrepresented taste-related issues such as Monosodium Glutamate. Later the ban was lifted. Besides Maggi, orange-flavoured San Pellegrino drink scored an E which is the lowest and most unhealthy rating for a food product. Also, Nestles strawberry-flavoured Nesquik was proved to be an unhealthy food after its found that it contains excessive sugar in it.

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