Investigation on Control of Food, Drugs, and Medical Supplies

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Investigation on Control of Food, Drugs, and Medical Supplies
Jordan's Food and Drug Administration Director, Dr. Nizar Mahidat, emphasizes the importance of setting limits on e-cigarette imports and cracking down on non-compliant products.

According to a report from Khaberni on September 25th, Dr. Nizar Mahidat, Director General of the Jordanian Food and Drug Administration, has conducted a thorough investigation into the distribution of food, drugs, and medical supplies. He has inspected the air customs at Queen Alia International Airport and the customs at Tafileh Airport.


He emphasized the importance of setting a maximum limit on the quantity of personal use e-cigarettes (vape), heated tobacco products, and e-cigarette liquid (E-liquid) that can be brought into the country, and stressed the need for strict control over commercial intentions. At the same time, he called for strict crackdowns on food, drugs, medical devices, and supplies that do not conform to the documentation requirements.


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