Anmat banned a brand of car products


Through a publication in the Official Gazette, Anmat prohibited the sale of products for cars that did not comply with current food regulations.

This is how it was found that these products were promoted and advertised on the company’s website, on its social networks Facebook and Instagram and on the online sales platform Mercado Libre. The agency verified that the products were not registered in its databases and it was also unable to identify the authorized responsible establishment.

As the manufacturing conditions are unknown, Anmat maintains that “its quality, safety and efficacy cannot be guaranteed” and therefore decided to prohibit its use, advertising, marketing and distribution throughout the country.

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