BPOM

AcronymDefinition
BPOMBadan Pengawas Obat dan Makanan (Indonesian national agency of drug and food control)
BPOMBusiness Planning for Open Markets (course; Latvia)
BPOMBlack Pearls of Micronesia
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The OIC member States ready to support BPOM suggestion to form a steering committee and working group which will further discuss issues of halal medicine and standards harmonization.
The membership was also in support of a BPOM suggestion to form a steering committee and working groups which would further discuss the central issues of halal medicine and standards for harmonization.
Mustafa Albani, head of the Palestinian delegation, said he learnt a lot from BPOM's programs in preventing, detecting and responding to counterfeit and substandard drugs.
Only 70,8% of respondent knew that either the Ministry of Health or BPOM has issued regulations on jamu.
The hygiene of cooking oil in packaging is controlled by the food and drug watchdog BPOM.
"I can imagine how furious the public, particularly Muslims, would be once they find out that they have been deceived all this time," News.com.au quoted BPOM head Husniah Rubiana Thamrin, as saying.
BPOMS is providing remote software technical support for Spiegel's i/Series and z/Series mainframe platforms.
JAKARTA, Nov 23, 2018 - (ACN Newswire) - Indonesia's National Agency for Drug and Food Control (BPOM) held the First Meeting of the Heads of National Medicines Regulatory Authorities (NMRAs) from the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) member states in Jakarta, on November 21-22, 2018.
Jakarta Deputy Governor Sandiaga Uno said the city would work with the Indonesian Asian Games Organizing Committee (Inasgoc) and the Jakarta Food and Drug Monitoring Agency (Jakarta BPOM) to implement the measure across the city.
Meanwhile, Lucky Slamet, head of Indonesia's food and drug agency (BPOM), has announced that Indonesia will adopt a health supplement category separate to food and pharmaceuticals, which will bring the country another step closer to implementing ASEAN-wide health supplement regulations.
In 2011, the drug and food watchdog (BPOM) found 70% of good products were sold in the market without license and a big part of them were imported products.