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It’s back! Reno liver spread is back in store shelves after securing a product registration from FDA.
The Food and Drug Administration said on Friday that the manufacturer of Reno brand liver spread has obtained a Certificate of Product Registration (CPR), which allows it to be sold in stores again.
In a radio interview with DZMM TeleRadyo, FDA chief Eric Domingo stated that they have already given the brand a certificate of registration about two weeks ago.
“Itong liver spread wala nang kulang na dokumento at pumasa sa ating panuntunan,” Domingo added.
After the controversial revelation last September that the household favorite liver spread has not acquired any Certificate of Product Registration (CPR) from the FDA along with several other products, many netizens were surprised and the manufacturer had to take action.
The CPR assures the safety of the products for human consumption, and it is a requirement for all food manufacturers as mandated by the Republic Act No. 9711 or the Food and Drug Administration Act of 2009.
As a resolution, FDA directed manufacturers and retailers of the unregistered products to immediately stop distributing the products until the required certificate has been secured.