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Maggi Noodles safe to eat in the UK

Maggie noodles are safe to consume in the UK
Maggi noodles produced in India and elsewhere are safe to consume in the UK, British authorities have said after conducting tests on all samples of the product.   While only the masala flavour of the noodles was imported into the UK from India, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) had decided to test all samples of the product to check for levels of lead af...

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May vows 'terrorists will not win' in Tunisia tribute

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