Badan Pengawas Obat dan Makanan

BPOM Indonesia, short for Badan Pengawas Obat dan Makanan, translates to the National Agency of Drug and Food Control. This agency serves a crucial role in Indonesia by regulating and supervising the safety, quality, and efficacy of drugs, food, traditional medicines, cosmetics, and health supplements. BPOM is responsible for ensuring that these products meet national standards and are safe for consumption or use by the public. Through rigorous testing, monitoring, and certification processes, BPOM aims to safeguard public health and consumer rights across Indonesia. Its approvals and regulations play a significant role in the country’s healthcare system and consumer protection framework.