The National Administration of Medicines, Food and Medical Technology (Anamat) has prohibited the expansion, division and commercialization in Argentina. a brand of Sardinian cheese Because it is incorrectly labelled, it is not possible to establish the circumstances in which it was made and therefore, it is an “illegal product”,
Through provision 3404/2023, published this Wednesday in the Official Gazette, the decentralized body explained that these actions were triggered by 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”.
A copy of the Argentine Sardinian cheese brand Santa Rita, recently banned by ANMAT
The first observation made by the authorities is that the food had a gluten-free food logo on its label. After making relevant inquiries to the Entre Rios Institute for Food Control and Bromatology (ICAB), it was possible to determine that The tested product was not registered as a gluten-free food in its information base. Similarly, they found that it lacked installation and product records.
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 in particular of the celiac population, against the consumption of illegal products” or “for those whose traceability, manufacturing conditions, quality control under the conditions established by the present cannot guarantee an adequate level of regulation and their protection”.
Finally, ANMAT determined: “Extension, division and commercialization throughout the national territory of the product: “Santa Rita Brand Argentine Sardinian Cheese – J. Serrat – Distributed by Department Chilkas – Victoria – Entre Ríos” is prohibited.Labeled with the gluten free food logo, in any presentation, batch and expiration date, for lack of establishment and product registration, for being falsely labeled by displaying RNE and RNPA numbers on the label, granted deregistration and, to send the symbol “Without TACC” on the signature without the relevant authorization for such attribute.
ANMAT banned a batch of lip balm
With benefits introduced for the Sardinian cheese brand, the National Administration of Medicines, Food and Medical Technology received a complaint from an individual regarding a lip product marketed by the SkinPurity brand by DOTS. Who said that it was prepared in an unauthorized establishment.
After verifying the claim, it proceeded to prohibit the expansion, divestiture and commercialization in all Argentine territory of the following products:
- Lip Balm Protector Labial Marka Dots by SkinPurity, Miscellaneous Advertisement Vanilla and Mint.
- Lip Balm Protector Labial Marka Dots by SkinPurity, Miscellaneous Advertisement Lemon Cookie.
- Lip Balm Protector Labial Marka Dots by SkinPurity, Miscellaneous Advertisement strawberries with cream.
- Lip Balm Protector Labial Marka Dots by SkinPurity, Miscellaneous Advertisement Without taste
ANMAT banned a batch of lip balm because they were not able to determine the conditions under which they were made
- Lip Balm Protector Labial Marka Dots by SkinPurity, Miscellaneous Advertisement bubble gum.
- Lip Balm Protector Labial Marka Dots by SkinPurity, Miscellaneous Advertisement Jamun.
- Lip Balm Protector Labial Marka Dots by SkinPurity, Miscellaneous Advertisement Beach and Snow.
Were considered “illegal cosmetics” for which “the establishments in charge of their preparation are unknown.”