Is it true that MAGGI MAGIC SARAP is banned in the US?
There is no evidence to show that MAGGI MAGIC SARAP is banned from the United States for cardiovascular health reasons. MAGGI MAGIC SARAP is not associated with any health issues and complies with all food safety, quality and regulatory standards of the Philippine Food & Drug Administration and that of Nestlé. We assure our consumers that MAGGI MAGIC SARAP is safe to consume.
The US, like many other countries, regulates food products brought into its territory without proper import registration, most especially if these products contain meat. MAGGI MAGIC SARAP, which contains chicken meat, is not registered for sale in the US and is thus subject to standard US customs regulations, whether it is hand-carried in small quantities or brought in larger amounts that suggest the intent to resell for commercial purposes.
However, a US FDA approved meat-free version of MAGGI MAGIC SARAP is now available in the US, and is distributed by Nestlé USA.
The safety and quality of our products and the welfare of our consumers are always the top priorities for Nestlé.
For over 150 years now, Nestlé has been manufacturing and distributing food products to meet the nutritional needs of consumers all over the world. Throughout our long history, we have never compromised the safety of our products and the integrity of the ingredients from which they are manufactured.