Iran's Health Ministry has announced that food and health care products must now be certified in the country. Failure to do so will be 'considered illegal and...companies are liable to prosecution'.
Activities that require certification include 'production, import, sale, distribution and advertisement'. These apply to 'products pertaining to pharmacy, medical equipment, beauty and healthcare, food and beverages, [and] dietary supplements'. Twelve products have thus far been certified.
Accreditation is obtained through a 'nanotechnology committee affiliated to the Iranian food and drug organization'. This committee has been established 'with the primary objective of regulating food and health care related products' in the country.
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