Maggi was banned after it was allegedly found to have lead content beyond permissible limits.
    
Flash sales or deal-of-the-day is an e-commerce business model in which a website offers a single product for sale for a limited period of time. Potential customers have to register to avail the deal.
    
Snapdeal opened up registrations yesterday evening and the sale will begin from November 12.
    
The e-commerce company, however, did not disclose the quantity of packets that will go on sale and said 'limited stock will be available'.
    
Maggi is now back on retail shelves in select markets, five months after it was banned for allegedly containing lead beyond the permissible limit.
    
Nestle India which sells the Maggi brand, is rolling out the product in a staggered manner across the country, except in eight states where it is still not allowed.
    
“Maggi has been relaunched in 100 towns through 300 odd distributors and will be rolled out in many more areas in the coming days,” Nestle India Chairman and Managing Director Suresh Narayanan said.

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