Reno Brand Apologizes and Applies for Product Registration, According to FDA
The Food and Drug Administration reported that the popular Reno brand apologized to regulators and now seeking for product registration.
On Wednesday (September 30, 2020), FDA said that the manufacturer of the Reno liver spread has already issued an apology to the regulators. The company has also submitted an applications for the registration of their products.
The company issued an apology letter for failing to register their products, which were very popular in the Philippines. Reno liver spread was among the products that failed to acquire registration.
FDA director General Eric Domingo said that the agency is currently waiting for the company’s completion of its requirements before approval. The agency would immediately approve the registration once the company complete all the requirements.
“Sumulat naman sila at nagpaumanhin dahil nga hindi daw sila nakapagrehistro ng produkto nila at ngayon po, alam ko po nung isang araw sila’y nagsubmit na ng kanilang application for registration,” Domingo said.
Domingo said that the agency would check and determine whether the products are safe for human consumption or not as a part of the requirements.
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