FDA to track sell of cosmetic products outside railway station

Adulterated products can be harmful for health. FDA's Special investigation campaign will continue on railway stations, markets and parlours to prevent illegal sale of these cosmetic products

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Food and Drug Administration (FDA) inspectors with the help of the police have arrested a lady named Rama Chauhan, who sold adulterated products. FDA advises to take necessary precautions while purchasing the cosmetic products

Beauty products were sold without license in Mumbai’s Vile Parle. Owning to which, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) inspectors with the help of the police have arrested a lady named Rama Chauhan. In her inquiry, it was proved that she used to buy empty branded shampoo bottles. Fill those bottles with the adulterated shampoo and she used to sell it illegally.

After this, the next day, there was a raid at Dombivali’s sellers like MM products, Manan distribution.”Material worth Rs 28 lakhs have been seized. Also, now, in Nagpur a case has been registered against four dealers under the Drug and Cosmetics Act,” said Arjun Khadtare, Food and Drugs Administration (FDA), joint commissioner (drugs).