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The US economy’s appetite for ingesting food imports is phenomenal, to use a mild term. How else does one describe an economy that takes in $49 billion a year? Considering that the FDA is the sole regulating agency that is tasked with overseeing imports of this magnitude, who can envy its responsibility? This is not all that the FDA does: its allied regulatory agencies monitor about half a million facilities in the US and abroad.
Since foods from almost every country in the world are brought in into the US to be sold in this huge market; the FDA has put in place very strict regulations for ensuring the food items that enter the US market are of set quality standards. To do so, it sets stringent standards that relate to the critical attributes of food, such as safety, sanitation, healthfulness and labeling.
The FDA coordinates with agencies across the country
The FDA’s coordination with other agencies is gargantuan, given the fact that about seven-tenths of seafood and 35% of all the food items consumed in the US are imported. It works with a number of agencies to carry out its functions. These are some of the agencies with which the FDA works in close association:
Thorough understanding of the FDA’s work on food imports
A proper understanding of the way the FDA works with food imports, the regulations it has in place, and its expectations from importers is necessary for individuals and organizations that are connected with FDA food imports in one or another way. This knowledge is needed to help them ensure that their products reach US shores without trouble and get regulatory approval from the FDA.
This is the learning a webinar that is being organized by Compliance4All, a leading provider of professional trainings for all the areas of regulatory compliance, will offer.
John Ryan, who began Ryan Systems a decade ago and who has been involved in the manufacturing, food, transportation and Internet industries over the past 30 years; will be the speaker at this webinar. please visit http://www.compliance4all.com/control/w_product/~product_id=501621LIVE to register for this learning session and get a thorough understanding of the FDA’s rules and thinking on food imports to the US.
Thorough familiarity of the FDA’s work on food imports
An understanding of the ways in which the various agencies work with the FDA in respect to food imports will be offered at this webinar. An in-depth understanding of this aspect is necessary for those who want to import food to the US and gain regulatory approval for their products, as they have to work with the FDA at various levels.
John will cover the following areas at this session: