AHV warns: Don’t fall for the unverified sale of food supplements via social media


The Food and Veterinary Agency (AHV) urges citizens to be responsible and conscientious consumers and not to fall for unverified and unconfirmed information on the sale of nutritional supplements via social media and through web platforms of unregistered/unapproved operators, because the products may be unsafe, regardless of whether they are domestically produced or imported. The AHV controls the operation of the approved/registered operators of food and supplements, that is, of all companies that are part of the legal chain of production and trade, and of those that carry out electronic sales of their products.

“Buying products via social media and web platforms from unregistered/unapproved operators, without consumers being informed beforehand whether they are approved or not, is their personal responsibility,” says the AHV.

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