Kerala bans Pulmo Plus, a health supplement from British Biologicals for one year

The office of commissioner of food safety, Kerala, has banned the product in the state after follow up inspections done by food analysts, which confirm the presence of living/dead insects in the container and product

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A prominent health supplement for children, Pulmo Plus, manufactured by British Biological, Bangalore is banned in Kerala for one year by commissioner of food safety on August 3 after multiple complaints.

The office of commissioner of food safety, Kerala, has banned the product in the state after follow up inspections done by food analysts, which confirm the presence of living/dead insects in the container and product. The product Pulmo Plus, which is available in six different flavours, is a proprietary health supplement mainly prescribed by doctors for improving health conditions of children.

The order reads "Repeated complaints about the presence of insects in different batches of the product are a serious health risk issue warranting prohibition of sale of the product in the entire State. Therefore the Commissioner of Food Safety in the interest of Public Health prohibit, under Section 30(2)(a) of FSS Act 2006, the storage, distribution or sale of Pulmo plus manufactured by British Biologicals, in Kerala for one year from the date of this order or until the required food safety measures were taken by the manufacturer and certified by the Commissioner of Food Safety, Karnataka where the product is manufactured."

PulmoPlus is a pulmonary nutrition supplement for children, which is enriched with Bovine Colostrum. Bovine Colostrum contains antibodies, oligosaccharides, growth factors, antimicrobial compounds and immune-regulating constituents, which protects children against recurrent upper respiratory tract infection.

In addition to Bovine Colostrum, Pulmo Plus contains Whey Protein concentrate and 24 essential Vitamins and Minerals which helps to enhance the immunity of children as well as faster recovery from respiratory tract infections and other respiratory distress.

 

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RAJA 18 December 2015 at 04:55 PM

Dear sir , i am a small printer British biological company is not giving our payment , if i call they are responding , if go his office they are not allowing in side kindly help us to get payment

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