Food safety is major concern for all countries, thus the product that should be introduced to Nepal is a teat dip for the dairy industry. This product is known as preodyne which is a very good dip that can be used prior and post milking, preodyne is designed to eliminate pathogens from entering the teat duct for about 12 hours until the next milking. The product is a liquid that is applied to each teat which can have multiple applicators such as teat dippers, sprayers, foam, or rags/towels. The product is manufactured in Arthur, Ontario by Agrisan who specialize in chemicals and pharmaceuticals, the company focuses on agriculture/food sanitation (Agrisan, n.d). They have an 116000 sq ft facility that can produce large quantities of products and have a Health Canada establishment license to produce the pharmaceuticals as well (Agrisan, n.d). The company is able to produce large quantities of this product per day, a thousand liters will cost around twenty-five hundred dollars (John Mahr, Personal Communication, October 10, 2014). The product costs two dollars and fifty cents per liter so if the product was sold in two and a half gallon jugs (ten liters) it would cost twenty-five Canadian dollars before shipping and handling. This product is continually manufactured if there is a demand and their facility is able to produce as much as they want (John Mahr, Personal Communication, October 10, 2014). The cost is fairly reasonable since the product is dual purpose which makes it much easier to use because only one teat dip applicator may have to be purchased and maintained for a few cows, shipping is easier as well since some other products may have different specifications such as heat resistance. The active ingredients in Preodyne is Nonylphenoxypoly (ethyleneoxy) ethanol-iodine complex (List, 2013). Nonylphenoxypoly (ethyleneoxy) ethanol-iodine complex is toxic when digested and the toxin fumes can be released when overheating, iodine atoms are released (NONYLPHENOXYPOLYETHYLENEOXY, n.d). The flash point is 155.6 °C and the boiling point is 385.2 °C, this shows that the product doesn’t have high temperature restrictions (NONYLPHENOXYPOLYETHYLENEOXY, n.d). This product should be kept away from children to avoid them from consuming this foreign product; labeling should be in English and Nepalese to avoid any issues for the producer and consumer, a lid that is child prove may also be a great method to avoid harm.