Restart of the COA: the government will support the local pharmaceutical industry to reach the WHO standards – Minister of Commerce | General news

Trade Minister, Allan Kyeremateng reaffirmed the government’s commitment to support local pharmaceutical companies to achieve World Health Organization (WHO) standards to enable companies to sell their products in the international market and thus to compete with other countries in the world. class drugs.

The Minister gave the assurance during the relaunch of COA Blend by COA Research and Manufacturing Company Limited in Accra on Wednesday, May 25, 2022.

COA Research and Manufacturing Company Limited has today relaunched COA Mixture, a herbal medicine that supports people’s general well-being.

The COA blend is a well-researched herbal medicine that is scientifically developed for general well-being and has also been approved by the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA).

The revived COA blend is an upgrade in drug development and after going through FDA processes, it was upgraded from a dietary supplement to an herbal medicine for general well-being.

Speaking at the relaunch, the Minister of Commerce praised COA Research and Manufacturing Company Limited for manufacturing herbal medicines, saying it will not only ensure people’s well-being but also provide highly skilled jobs. qualified young people. abundant youth.

Speaking at the relaunch, Founder and CEO of COA Research and Manufacturing Company Limited, Professor Samuel Ato Duncan, debunked notions that the COA mixture is a cure for HIV.

He also shared that the COA blend is a 100% natural herbal product and contains no artificial preservatives.

Professor Ato Duncan announced that COA Research and Manufacturing Company Limited is close to a breakthrough in research, adding that if successful, Ghana is expected to make as much as $32 billion a year from this herbal remedy. .

“This is what I want to achieve for Mother Ghana as part of my global peace mission project. It will bring economic relief to Ghana and also help get treatment for some diseases that the world is struggling to treat. “, did he declare.

He therefore called on the government, research institutes and investors to work together with the Society to realize the above vision.

Professor Ato Duncan said the company had already acquired 1000 acres of land in the Ashanti region to grow raw materials.

However, he said the company needed an additional 9,000 acres of land for the cultivation of raw materials to produce COA products to meet international market demands.

Source: Atinkaonline

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