Certificate of Product Registration

  

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Certificate of Product Registration is not only a proof of good quality, safety and efficacy of a product. CPR also serves as the primary marketing tool of company who plans to engaged with processed foods products, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, medical device or household hazardous substances.

Distribution channels of any of the aforementioned products, like food, pharmaceutical and cosmetic retailers, stores and outlets and other establishments 
where any of these products are being made available to the general public requires a copy of of a valid Certificate of Product Registration that is intended to be retailed.

  • Assessment/Identification of the product category 
  • Preparation of required technical documents
  • Submission and filing of CPR application
  • Follow-ups on the status of the product registration


Other Services


License to Operate Registration

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A License to Operate plays an important role to businesses engaged in manufacturing, local distribution, export, wholesale or retail of processed foods, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, medical devices, hazardous substances or chemicals. Especially to businesses that plan to engage in import, export, marketing or local manufacture of products regulated by the Philippine FDA/ BFAD. (read more)

 

Philippine Business Registration

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Applying for a License to Operate requires a proof of business registration. Certificate of SEC Registration and Articles of Incorporation for corporations/ partnership, and certificate of Business Name Registration issued by the Department of Trade and Industry will be requested to be submitted upon filing of the LTO application. At Philpharma Consulting, we offer business registration services to relieve our clients of this process to be able to save time and be able proceed right away with the LTO and product registrations. (read more)

 

Product Labeling Design

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Labeling material refers to any readable material that goes along with the commercially sold products. This includes the labels attached to the primary or immediate packaging. secondary packaging and the products literatures that comes along with the product. The information that should appear on these labeling materials varies depending on the  product classification, like how milk products, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics are labeled differently. (read more)

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