A pharma company is an entity that is owned by a pharmaceutical company.
If a drug is approved by a government-approved drug approval program, the drug must have a manufacturer’s logo on the bottle.
The logo has to be clear and simple, and has to match the name of the drug.
The Drug Enforcement Administration and the Food and Drug Administration, the two largest drug regulatory agencies, use the logo to identify products they approve.
The logo also helps identify the brand of the pharmacy.
If it has a logo that is too similar to a generic drug, it could be considered misleading.