The Regulation and Sanitary Control Agency (ARCSA) launched a new internet application, ARCSAR Movil, that allows customers to verify if the products they are buying comply with sanitary standards and to report violations. “All Cuencanos can now have access to the sanitary alerts the institute issues in real time,” says Florencia Neira, ARCA zonal coordinator. “Users of the app can verify the sanitary certifications of food and medicine, and check if establishments are in compliance with operating permits.” Another important use of the app is that citizens can make online reports. If a user notices an irregularity in a product…
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