How to identify certified Canadian health products
Pretending to be authoritative R&D institutions is a common tactic in the marketing of bone health products. The purpose is to package products more "tall", deceive consumers' trust, and attract middle-aged and elderly people to buy. In fact, such products have no relevant government health food testing and production standards certification, no production batch number, and no information on the production place or manufacturer is indicated on the packaging. When choosing bone health products, you should pay attention to choosing products that are certified by the government's health food testing and production standards. For example, products made in Canada need to check the Canadian Ministry of Health's batch number (NPN).