Nestle “Maggi” Noodles have always been all time favorite for the noodles-lovers. This 2-minute noodle calms down the hunger quickly and thus, it is the most loved recipe by kids and India mothers. When the government banned “Maggi” last year, it lead to a wave of great disappointment everyone ss they were used to Maggi taste. Several companies like Top Ramen, Yuppie, wai wai had also launched their similar product of instant noodles but they had been not able to attract a large size of population.
Meanwhile, Baba Ramdev owner of Patanjali products, announced to launch his own Atta instant noodles just a week after product leader Nestle’s Maggi came back to retail shelves after a five month ban by the Food Safety Regulator. It also came as good reply to companies and foreign brand. Baba Ramdev products are also a part of his movement of using healthy products.
Since then there’s been a controversies between the both products.
Let’s compare the both (Patanjali Atta Noodles and Nestle Maggi) products in best possible manner.
- Patanjali Noodles are made from wheat and not by wheat flour (Maida). So ther are health friendly.
- Patanjali Noodles are an organic brand so people believe in its product. It may work great for the brand
- Before Maggi ban, there was no any big competitor who can challenge ‘Maggi’ but now situation has changed.
- People may not like it because of its traditional taste as people are used to taste of Maggi.
Patanjali Atta Noodles and Nestle Maggi noodles both are priced at similar rate starting from Rs 15 So price may not affect any of the products. After all this Patanjali noodles is a worth try we hope patanjali noodles will provide a good healthy product. Buying these products will somehow give a rise to Indian industry rather than foreign one.