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Technology advancement has brought a fast and significant changes on the pharmaceutical, Indonesian traditional medicine, food, cosmetic, and medical device industries. Those industries are able to produce a large-scale of products in wide range.

With support of technology advancement in transportation and borderless entry barrier in global trade, those products can be quickly spread all over countries through a wide distribution network and accessed by all levels of communities.

The product consumption tends to be increased in line with the change of community life style, including their consumptive behavior. Meanwhile the community capacity is not yet appropriate to do selection and use the products in rational and safe way. In the other hand, aggressive promotion is affecting consumers more overuse and not rational.

In fact the technology advancement in production, the global trade system and the consumers life style increase the risk with great impact on consumers health and welfare. If the product was substandard, damaged or contaminated with hazardous substances, the risk will be huge and promptly cause harmful to consumer's security, health and welfare.

Indonesia should have an effective and efficient Drug and Food Control System (DFCS) with capability to detect, prevent and control such products in order to protect the consumers security and health in the country and overseas. Therefore, National Agency of Drug and Food Control (NA-DFC) is established with a national and international networking, authority to conduct law enforcement and highly credible professionalism.

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