"We have not received any official communication from the authorities so far," the company said in a BSE filing. It further mentioned, "We wish to state that we have till now not received any orders from any state/Centre FDA authorities to recall Maggi noodle products in the market except an order from the Uttar Pradesh FDA dated 30.4.2015, asking us to recall a batch of Maggi noodles manufactured in February 2014, which had already reached the 'Best Before date' in November 2014."

Meanwhile, Kishore Biyani-led Future Group today stopped selling Maggi in its retail stores. "In the interest of consumer sentiment and concerns, we have taken Maggi noodles off the shelves from all our stores for the time being. We will wait for more clarity from authorities to take any further course of action," a Future Group spokesperson stated.

Stock crashes over 10 percent as Maggi row deepens
Shares of Nestle India slumped over 10 percent today amid growing concerns about safety standards of its popular Maggi noodles. Samples of Maggi noodles taken in the national capital were found 'unsafe' for consumption during tests by the Delhi government, which decided to initiate a case against Nestle India.

The stock plunged 10.10 percent to Rs 6,119.40 on BSE. On NSE, it fell sharply by 10.2 percent to Rs 6,109. Meanwhile, BSE has sought clarification from Nestle India with reference to reports that the Maggi samples failed safety test in Delhi.

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