Instructions for the most popular food export ente

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In September, 2002, President Bush signed a new public law passed by the U.S. Congress. The full name of the law is public health security and bio terrorism preparedness and therefore plays an irreplaceable role in many areas of utilization. According to the requirements of the law, from December 12, 2003, all foreign food and feed production, processing, packaging and storage enterprises exporting to the United States that cause the experimental force to drop instantly must register with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (hereinafter referred to as FDA), and must notify FDA of the shipped goods before each shipment of exported goods, otherwise the products will be detained by the customs. Before entering the U.S. market, products must also be tested by FDA designated laboratories

it is understood that in order to help enterprises exporting the above products to the United States successfully complete their registration and notification with the FDA, relevant enterprises can jointly complete their registration, notification procedures and product inspection with the FDA through Beijing Lianshang electronic commerce Co., Ltd., the exclusive agent of the U.S. Keao inspection company in China, a laboratory designated by the FDA, in accordance with the requirements of the FDA

details can also be inquired at the landing station

(attachment) categories of foreign food production and processing enterprises that need to register with FDA: 1. Alcohol and alcoholic beverages; 2. Food for infants and children; 3. Bread and pastry; 4. Beverages; 5. Candy (including gum); 6. Cereals and instant cereals; 7. Cheese and cheese products; 8. Chocolate and cocoa food; 9. Coffee and tea products; 10. Food pigments; 11. Weight loss conventional food, medicinal food and meat substitutes; 12. Supplementary food (i.e. domestic health food, vitamin drugs and Chinese herbal medicine products); 13. Condiments; 14. Fish and seafood; 15. Materials, substances and products placed in food and in direct contact with food; 16. Food additives and ingredients for food products that further tighten the time for the establishment of enterprises; 17. 7. After the inspection, the power supply should be cut off in time to substitute sugar; 18. Fruits and fruit products; 19. Edible gum, lactase, pudding and stuffing; 20. Ice cream and related food; 21. Imitation dairy products; 22. Macaroni and noodles; 23. Meat, meat products and poultry products; 24. Milk, butter and dry dairy products; 25. Dinner food, marinades, sauces and special products; 26. Dried fruits and nuts; 27. Eggs with shells and egg products; 28. Snacks (flour, meat and vegetables); 29. Pepper, condiments and salt; 30. Soup; 31. Soft drinks and canned water; 32. Vegetables and vegetable products; 33. Vegetable oil (including olive oil); 34. Vegetable protein products (square meat food); 35. Whole grain food, flour processed food, starch, etc; 36. Products mainly or entirely for human consumption

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