The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has kicked off a comprehensive campaign at the Ada Market.
The initiative comprising of a dual approach, combines consumer education with rigorous market surveillance.
The primary objective is to eliminate all unregistered and unsafe products from the market, ensuring that consumers can celebrate the festive season without concerns about the safety of the goods they purchase.
“Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has launched its campaign to ensure a safe Christmas season at the Ada Market. The two-pronged activity of consumer education and market surveillance is to rid the markets of all unregistered and unsafe products.
The FDA is coming to a market or Lorry Terminal near you,” FDA warned.
Under the banner “Watch out!”, the FDA’s proactive measures will extend beyond Ada Market, reaching various markets and Lorry Terminals across the region.
The campaign underscores the FDA’s commitment to safeguarding public health and underscores the importance of awareness and vigilance during the holiday season.
Consumers are encouraged to stay informed, be cautious of product labels, and report any suspicious items to the FDA as part of this collective effort to ensure a joyous and hazard-free festive period.