Market Healthcare Products in Brazil

The ANVISA registration must be obtained before any commercial application for the following types of products:

  • Cosmetics
  • Medical Devices
  • Sanitary Products
  • Pharmaceuticals drugs
  • Food & Supplements

ANVISA General Guidelines

  • Anvisa Registration must be requested through a Brazilian company (Brazilian Registration Holder).
  • The Anvisa registration is always held by the agency that filed the application, EXCLUSIVELY for five years.
  • The company must be in good standing and fully authorized by ANVISA.
  • The Anvisa registration process takes 6 to 12 months before your registration goes into effect.

Three Options Only to access the Brazilian market

Cost Implementation Risk Level

Creating a local subsidiary


  • Property Investment(s)
  • Employing a doctor and / or pharmacist.
  • Business trips.

12 to 18 months

  • Creating a business structure.
  • Registering your affiliate.
  • Registering your products.


  • Legal risks.
  • Salery and wage risks.
  • Commercial failure risks.

Outsourcing to one of your local distributors


  • Negotiating and ratifying a contract.
  • Often with a reference product and high commission.
  • Annual negotiation.

10 to 12 months

  • Language and translation barriers
  • Lack of responsiveness
  • Lack of transparency

Very High

  • Legal risks(Brazilian contracts law).
  • Commercial risks (competing products)
  • Exclusive ownership rights of the license
  • Exclusive distribution rights.

Working with Mandala Brazil, a specialized hosting provider and Master Distributor.


  • Materialisation of a clear quote
  • Amount fixed per product and digressive
  • No success fee

8 to 10 months

  • Minimum time of instruction by ANVISA
  • Bilingual contact.
  • Writing and Project Management provided in our services
  • Transparency and total autonomy.


  • US law contract (or international)
  • No salary, structure or fixed costs
  • Registration held by a trusted third party driving the follow-up locally
  • No exclusivity, several regional distributors proposed

Market Veterinary and Agribusiness Products in Brazil

The MAPA registration must be obtained before commercialisation of following type of products:

  • Veterinary Products
  • Supplements/Whole foods/additives
  • Fertilisers/Pesticides
  • Seeds
  • Products from agriculture and livestock production

This administratively complex and unclear process involves a high level of risk.

Our services are intended to reduce this risk (commercial, legal and technical) by taking these time-consuming steps for you.

We aim to:

  • Become your regulatory partner
  • Be your administrative and commercial intermediary
  • Register your products and/or business using a local law firm
  • Keep and host your records and licenses
  • Offer pharmacovigilance and technovigilance services for your registered products through our own ANVISA approved laboratory.

This solution has many advantages:

  • You remain independent and autonomous
  • You choose all local distributors freely
  • You can determine for yourself when and how you want to sell your products
  • We take care of your regulatory and administrative requirements
  • We bring you the guarantee of a European organization with a solid team of professionals, that is respectful of legal and ethical principles.

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Our sales team is attending most of major healthcare events across the world, it is also possible to request for a meeting in a specific trade show or congress.