If you intend to commercialize spices in Brazil, it's necessary to follow the regulations of Agência Nacional de Vigilância Sanitária (ANVISA) to ensure consumer safety and compliance with local norms.
Read on to learn how to regulate spices at ANVISA, and if you have any questions, please consult our team.
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Spices include plants, herbs, and a mixture of herbs that can be used to add flavor, aroma, and color to food. They have been used for thousands of years, all over the world, for flavor enhancement, preservation, and also for medicinal purposes.
Examples of spices include cinnamon, ginger, cloves, peppercorns, nutmeg, cumin, coriander, and saffron, among many others. Each of these spices has its distinctive flavor and aroma, and many have proven health benefits.
Spices are products exempted from the obligation of registration, but this doesn't exempt the company from complying with the norms and laws in force for its commercialization. Next, we will clarify the necessary steps for your company to comply with the regulatory agency in Brazil.
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