In accordance with the existing Russian legislation dietary supplements are subject to obligatory state registration. On May 28, 2010 the he Commission Of The Customs Union approved the list of goods subject to mandatory state registration and on 1 July 2010 «Uniform list of goods" entered into force.
Thus if your company made decision to produce and sell BAAs, it’s important to get the registration certificate (RC). It's a special document confirming the permission for producing the product (for domestic products), sale, import and use on territory of Russian Federation.
There are come cases when the existing legislation has been broken: if BAAs were imported to Customs Union territory without respective paper work on necessary regulatory documentation, if sales without getting registration certificate has taken place, then legal prosecution is applied to organization allowed these breaches. All abovementioned things are stringently controlled by a number of authorized organizations.
State registration certificate is an official document that is issued by Rospotrebnadzor (Russian Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing) and confirms the compliance of sanitary and epidemiological and hygienic requirements for controlled goods. The procedure of state registration of products is mandatory for products included in the relevant list, but the stages of its passage requires a certain expertise.
- Certificate of state registration on the territory of the Customs Union (CU PDS)- Declaration of conformity - at the moment it is not mandatory; - Quality certificate from the manufacturer (obligation of registration quality certificate cancelled in accordance with the letter of Rospotrebnadzor from 19.01.2012 number 01 / 330-12-32 "On the abolition of the duties of registration certificate of food quality and safety").
If you want to make sure in advance that your product by its properties can actually be registered as BAA, please contact us:
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