On 3 June 2021, the Indonesian Food and Drug Control Agency released guidance on probiotic products which will be used to:
- Classify probiotic products (as to whether they should be categorised as a supplement, pharmaceutical, or food).
- And to identify the safety and quality of the probiotics as supplements.
Based on this new regulation, new strains of probiotics that have not been approved in Indonesia will still need to submit safety data to grant approval of use before submission for product registration.
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