Campaign India Team
Jan 07, 2019

Nestle reacts to latest SC statement

To release print ads that push trustworthy and credible approach

Nestle reacts to latest SC statement
Nestle has stated that it will be releasing print ads over the next few days to show how it is a credible, trustworthy and responsible company.
 
This follows a statement in the Supreme Court by justice DY Chandrachud on 3 January. He stated, “Why should Maggi noodles have lead at all? I would be averse to eat Maggi with lead in it. Why should children eat Maggi with lead?” 
 
Earlier at the court hearing, Nestle lawyers had stated that Maggi does have traces of lead in them. 
 
A Nestle spokeperson said, "Our approach as a credible, trustworthy and responsible company is to always communicate with consumers on facts, in a simple, clear and transparent tone and manner. What you will see in the print ads to be released over the next few days is just that.”
 
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