Nestle's Maggi ruled safe by Goa in 1st ruling since recall

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Nestle's Maggi ruled safe by Goa in 1st ruling since recall
Nestle SA's Maggi noodles comply with food safety standards, authorities in Goa said, in the first such ruling since the popular instant snack was pulled from stores after another state lab reported high lead conten

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