Everyone is enjoying the beautiful sunny weather on a Sunday in the Philippines, but Robert Mendez is stuck at the office. A small community in Northern Luzon has accused his company, Geniale of selling it a product that was contaminated with lead. As the company’s senior analyst and chief pharmacist Mendez is left scratching his head trying to find where a mistake was made in the company’s quality control of its popular herbal supplement, Sugardep.
Geniale: On the Verge of Losing a Multi-Million Peso Market
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