The label of the product details that it comes from the city of San Martín, Mendoza, and for this reason the Directorate made the Federal Consultation to the Department of Food Hygiene of that province. That body reported that having verified the non-digitalized database and that of SIFeGA, No RNPA with a trademark or fancy name “Tataglia” was found.
In this sense, it was reported that by not declaring RNPA or RNE numbers, it is considered a non-existent registry. For this reason, it was established that the product is in violation due to the lack of health records, resulting in being an illegal product and because it is a product that cannot be reliably and clearly identified as produced, processed and/or fractionated in a given establishment, may not be produced in any part of the country.
Also, Anmat explained that it may not be marketed or sold in the territory of the Argentine Republic either. Finally, in the document it was reported that, in order to protect the health of citizens from the consumption of illegal products, since they are food products that lack registration, the Department of the Stewardship of Food Regulations of the INAL recommends prohibiting the commercialization throughout the national territory of olive oil of that brand.