Patanjali has priced its noodles oif 70-gam packs at Rs 15.
The newly-launched Patanjali noodles may have been at the centre of a raging controversy, but yoga guru Baba Ramdev on Saturday said it has not flouted any Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) norms and he is yet to receive any notice from the regulator.
"We are yet to receive any notice. Once we receive the notice, we will reply to it at the earliest. We want to say we have not flouted any norms, rules or regulations of FSSAI," Ramdev said on the sidelines of a programme in Howrah.
"We have followed all the rules and regulations of FSSAI. We have not done anything illegal."
Recently, the FSSAI Chairperson Ashish Bahuguna had said no approval or licence was granted to Patanjali for its instant noodles.
The Ramdev-promoted Patanjali came out with 'atta noodles' earlier this week in 70-gram packs priced at Rs 15, claiming it to be cheaper than those from its competitors, with an aim to take on the market leader, Nestle.
Nestle's Maggi is now back on shelves five months after FSSAI had banned it.