Foreign Supplier Verification
Canadian food and supplements companies based in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, and Saskatchewan, pay less for FDA REGISTRATION. Interested?
Before you ship your dietary supplements to the United States, get an FDA REGISTRATION Number for your company. Also, make sure your labels are FDA Compliant. Finally, file a PN (Prior Notice). We can help with all that, 7 days a week.
Importers are now required to have a program to verify that the food products they are bringing into the U.S are safe.
The FDA is increase the number of inspections of foreign facilities and can deny entry to an import if a foreign facility refuses an FDA inspection. Prior notice submissions will need to include, as an additional element, any country to which the food has been refused entry.
Under the law, there is no fee for the initial FDA inspection. However, the FDA has the authority to assess and collect fees for some types of costs, such as re-inspection-related costs when an initial inspection has identified certain food safety problems ($221 an hour if no foreign travel is required and $289 an hour if foreign travel is required).
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