Vnash, nash is right; consider the source of the maltodextrin and the MSG. Like with the diet sweeteners, something that once was natural can be reworked in the lab and recreated from cheaper ingredients or completely re-fabricated ingredients sourced to petroleum and toxic chemicals, food coloring, pretty packaging, and then sold as "natural" - this is what is happening too much in today's manufacturing,and we are getting junk sold to us as food.
So, MSG is unhealthy any way you slice it, and maltodextrin is going to be found in sugars, sugar substitutes, and sugary products no matter what. The source of the maltodextrin is important, the amount used, and the product quality itself is important to consider when purchasing a product with maltodextrin in it.
People get their knickers in a twist about maltodextrin sometimes unnecessarily. Again, it is going to be found in sugar and sugar products, but the source, the process it was created from, and the product itself can determine whether it is a junk form or better form of malto.
MSG is nasty 100% of the time! If the two are ever together, don't buy that product.