Maggi soup

Although it is marketed as nutrient-rich and high in proteins, Maggi is not loaded with nutrients and fibre. In fact, it is high in carbohydrate (refined flour), which is not good for health if consumed regularly. India's food regulator had banned Maggi in 2015 after tests showed it contained excessive lead and for alleged mislabelling over flavour enhancer MSG. The product returned to stores after a court lifted the restriction. Nestlé has since then removed the claim “No added MSG. Since its launch in 1983, MAGGI® Noodles has enjoyed your immense love and trust. We cherish this trust shown by you and assure you that MAGGI® Noodles are completely safe for consumption. And we recommend you to enjoy your favourite MAGGI® Noodles as a light meal, as part of a balanced diet and an active lifestyle. Cook in 1½ cups (375mL) of boiling water in an 850 watt microwave oven on HIGH for 2 minutes. Stir in contents of flavour sachet and enjoy! Serve with or without broth as desired. MAGGI 2 Minute Noodles also make a great base for a quick and delicious meal.

What is the health benefit of MAGGI Healthy Soups? The claimed health benefit of MAGGI Healthy Soups is that it contains low fat and low cholesterol.

MAGGI Healthy Soups can be easily prepared following the pack instruction. Mix the soup powder of a pack in 2 cups or 350ml of normal water and then cook it on medium flame, while stirring continuously. After 5-6 minutes of cooking it should be ready to serve. You can add eggs, chicken or vegetables to enhance the taste of the soup. You can also add extra ingredients in soup as per your taste.

Warm, lovely, has a smooth taste and easy to digest! We’re talking about soup, in its different types and tastes. Soups are rich in vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that your body needs. Here are a few benefits:

  • Warm and smooth:
    Start your meal with soup to soften and warm your stomach.
  • High source of fluids:
    Soup contains a high quantity of water that nourishes your body cells and keeps your skin fresh.
  • Healthy and nutritious:
    Soup is a natural and healthy option that can be prepared in various ways; with vegetables, meat, chicken or even legumes and rice.
  • Soup preserves its nutritional value:
    The way soup is prepared helps preserve the nutritional value in the broth even after cooking, making it high in vitamins, minerals and proteins.
  • Full with healthy fibres:
    Some soups, high in fiber such as vegetable soup and legumes, help keep your digestive system healthy and prevent bloating and constipation.
  • Lentil soup contains 4-5 grams of fiber per serving (cup)
  • Vegetable soup contains 3-4 grams of fiber per serving (cup)
  • Rich in taste:
    Your family can happily enjoy a variety of flavourful soups.
  • A feeling of fullness:
    Soups give a sense of satiety and as a result help people eat less.