In recent years, many consumers are health conscious and rely on a variety of “dietary supplements” to
improve their health. A variety of products are available in the market, for the maintenance, prevention and even treatment of chronic
diseases. These products may range from foods modified to have special properties or pure forms of vitamins and minerals to extract of various botanical or animal products. Some of these products are not clearly defined as “food” or “drug” but are freely marketed. Such product include
a variety of so-called health products and have been termed as “food-drug interface (FDI) products.” Generally Food-Drug Interface products are products for oral consumption containing a combination of food ingredients
with active substances for oral consumption.
In JasCal Management & Consultancy, we are providing the advisory and consultation service of Food Drug Interface Product Classification to confirm whether the product is fall under the category of food or drug.