National Administration of Drug, Food and Medical Technology (allowed ordered Withdrawal of a batch of a national brand paracetamol from the market To be distributed with pills “broken, This was reported by the decentralized body on its official website in the recent hours.
Anmat told that the signature HLB Pharma Group SA Initiated the recall of a number of brands rolfita, After being alerted to an irregularity in the product” ROLFITA / PARACETAMOL 500 mg, Hospital Package containing 500 Tablets, Primary Package Lot (Blister): A71638 – Secondary Package Lot: 1A71638 – Expiry: 03/24, Certificate No. 50576,
The agency reported that the product in question is “commonly used as an analgesic and antipyretic for the relief of mild to moderate pain and symptoms of febrile conditions.”
L Paracetamol 500mg Rolfita
In turn, he explained that the measurement was taken after specific results were obtained for the hardness and friability tests, “Evidence of broken tablets inside the vesicles of the blister, and he warned that he perform ,Follow-up of the recall and recommends refraining from using the mentioned lot”.
Another product viewed by Anmat
Anmat banned a few days ago the expansion, division and commercialization in Argentina of a brand of Sardinian cheese for being incorrectly labeled, not being able to establish the conditions in which it was elaborated and, therefore, being one “illegal product”,
Through provision 3404/2023 published on Wednesday in the Official Gazette, the decentralized body indicated that the measure was adopted following a notification from the Santa Fe Food Safety Agency (ASSAI) regarding the product. “Sardo Argentina Cheese Brand Santa Rita, distributed by J. Serrat, RNPA 025/08000577/004, RNE 025/08000577, Dept. Chilkas, Victoria, Entre Ríos”.
The first observation made by the authorities is that the food had a “gluten-free food” logo on its label. After consulting with the Entre Rios Institute for Food Control and Bromatology (ICAB), it was determined that The product under investigation was not registered as a gluten-free food in its information base. Similarly, it was discovered that it lacked installation and product records.
A copy of the Argentine Sardinian cheese brand Santa Rita, recently banned by ANMAT
As a result, it was issued A food alert addressed to all health authorities and the general public “to protect the health of citizens and especially the celiac population” before the consumption of the “illegal” product, in which case it cannot guarantee its “traceability, manufacturing conditions, quality with an adequate level of control” may” the conditions established by the current regulations and its security.
Anmat explained that the prohibition was justified in the sense that the product registered an Establishment Registration Identity (RNE) and discharged the National Registry of Other Food Products (RNPA). And besides, he insisted that he put the symbol “without TACC” on the sign, despite the fact that he did not have the corresponding authorization for such an attribute.