Nestle relaunches its popular Maggi noodles in India, five months after a food scare saw them taken off shelves.
A court in India has lifted a government ban on Nestle's popular Maggi noodles, but ordered fresh tests before the product can go back on sale.
India is suing Nestle for $100m (£64m) over "unfair trade practices" that caused damage to consumers through misleading advertisements related to its Maggi noodles product.
Nestle says it will destroy more than $50m worth of its hugely popular Maggi noodles, following a ban imposed by India's food safety regulator.
Nestle India has challenged a ban imposed by India's food safety regulator on its popular Maggi noodles.
Case is lodged against Nestle India over safety standards of its Maggi product, while actors Amitabh Bachchan, Madhuri Dixit and Preity Zinta are dragged to court for promoting brand.
Bollywood actress Madhuri Dixit finds herself in legal trouble with the Haridwar Food and Drug Administration for endorsing Maggi noodles.
Indian food inspectors have ordered Nestle India to recall a batch of Maggi noodles from shops across the country, saying the product contained dangerous levels of lead.