National Food and Drug Authority
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The National Food and Drug Authority (NFDA) is a government-owned organisation in Uganda, mandated with regulation of food and drugs in the country, including manufacture, importation, distribution and licensing.
NFDA was created by the Ugandan legislature in 1993. It began operations in 1994 as the National Drug Authority (NDA). At that time, the mission of the NDA was to regulate the manufacture, importation and use of human and veterinary drugs in the country. In 2014, the Ugandan Cabinet approved plans to expand the NDA into the National Food and Drug Authority (NFDA), by adding food, food additives, food supplements, cosmetics and commercial animal feeds to the items under the organization's supervision. The relevant laws transforming NDA into NFDA are before the Ugandan Parliament for promulgation.
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