Consumers are to look out for the manufacture and expiry date before consuming a product.
NAFDAC has ordered the manufacturing of Chloroquine for an emergency stock for clinical treatment of Coronavirus.
The Federal Government of Nigeria has insisted that chloroquine has not been approved as a cure for the coronavirus disease.
Manufacturers under the aegis of MAN has called on the Federal Government to assist and support their businesses during this Coronavirus outbreak.
NAFDAC has now announced that it would ensure emergency approvals for products necessary and critical to support response to the pandemic.
The sum of $20 million funds has been approved by the Federal Government for young innovators and SMEs in the technology sector.
No less than N1.32 billion worth of unwholesome goods have been destroyed by the National Agency for Food and Drugs Administration and Control (NAFDAC).
Pharmaceutical company, May & Baker Nigeria, has signed a partnership agreement with French pharmaceutical giant, Sanofi. #MAY&BAKER #SANOFI
@NafdacAgency has disclosed that electronic NAFDAC licenses have been incorporated on the Nigeria Single Window for Trade for the processing of import transactions.
Over the years, Nigerian food products have been constantly rejected at the international market. This makes international accessibility and acceptability difficult for Nigerian exporters.