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Nestle To Improve Nutritional Profile Of Maggi Brand Of Foods

May 30, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Nestlé says it will work to improve the nutritional profile of its Maggi brand of seasonings, instant soups, and noodles. The move, part of its global “Simply Good” initiative, will basically involve fortifying products where necessary with micronutrients like iodine, iron or Vitamin A; adding vegetables and original flavors from vegetables, herbs and spices, grains and fiber; reducing sodium content; and removing “ingredients that consumers do not easily recognize.” The company also promised to help people cook healthily on a budget and reduce food waste. The goal is to implement the changes by 2020.
"Simply Good: Maggi to Offer Tastier and Healthier Choices", News release, Nestlé’s, May 30, 2017, © Nestlé’s
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