The company, which has suffered a damage of 70-85 million Swiss Francs (nearly Rs 530 crore) due to the ban, has also not ruled out a suit against food safety regulator, FSSAI.
Interacting with the media, Nestle India Chairman and Managing Director Suresh Narayanan said Maggi has been relaunched in 100 towns through 300-odd distributors and will be rolled out in many more areas in the coming days.
"We have relaunched Maggi into the market. We have been through arguably a very big crisis in the last couple of months. I am glad that we have been able to vindicate once again, the quality, safety and credentials as we reintroduce Maggi selectively..," he said.
Maggi had passed tests by three government-accredited laboratories, as ordered by the Bombay High Court which in August had lifted ban on the instant noodles that was imposed by food safety regulators.


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