Regulations & Safety  First at McNROE

Regulations & Safety First at McNROE

There are three main segments of the FMCG industry- Food & Beverages, Household Care, and Personal Care. With the opening of the Indian economy, people are interested in mindfully spending to on FMCG industry for a good lifestyle. Personal care products contain chemical ingredients and any composition issue can result in severe health conditions or even large scale casualties. Hence essential to place regulatory & safety control systems across the several stages in product development, manufacturing, promotion and distribution of FMCG products.

The regulatory landscape around the world is far from homogeneous. It is becoming increasingly complex as many countries are introducing new systems and certification schemes to safeguard their economies and society. An organization needs to have transparent regulatory systems and zero tolerance policy on incidents. They also require robust process for Change controls & Claims managements to ensure quality products and safeguard its reputation.

In McNROE we are committed to deliver safe products to the consumer bench. McNROE have additional primary checks procedures for Products before market launches. This helps in the continuous analysis of product performance & continuous improvement of its compliance with respect to safety considering the regulations. McNROE of on-the-ground regulatory specialists have a deep understanding of regulatory environments and provide a range of support services to ensure business are compliant. 

So, as McNROE we participate in industry associations and anticipate regulatory changes. We keep ourselves ready for future and strictly adhere to classifications, labelling and packaging systems applicable for product range. McNROE always looks end-to-end regulatory compliance from initial assessment to consumer bench including entire range of post-marketing services. We believe in compliance with zero tolerance on incidents.


Vicky Sharma

Senior Manager- Regulatory & safety (R&D)

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