Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval means that a product has gone through an extensive review and evaluation by the FDA and has been found to meet the organization’s standards for safety, efficacy, and quality.
When a manufacturer seeks approval for a product, they need to submit extensive data and information to the FDA. The FDA then reviews the information provided and determines if the products are safe, effective, and of high quality for its intended use.
Being FDA-approved provides assurance to consumers that the products have passed rigorous standards for safety, efficacy, and quality. Despite approval, the products are subject to ongoing monitoring and supervision and can withdraw their approval or make changes to the labeling should new information about the products become available that could affect its safety or effectiveness.