Food and Beverage

Ensure your innovative products stand out from the competition — while meeting FDA regulations

Competition in the food and beverage industry is fierce. Consumers are increasingly concerned about the quality of food and drinks they consume. On top of that, you have a plethora of complex regulations to navigate.

In order to compete, food and beverage businesses need to have thorough regulatory compliance programs — and value-added products that consumers gravitate to.

Establish and maintain your position in the market with an FDA specialist that knows the ins and outs of the regulations you need to follow. Not only that, we can provide you with guidance on how to balance marketability and compliance — using the right language on your packaging and marketing materials.

Here’s how FDA Atty helps finished food, food ingredient, and food contact material companies like yours:

Label review: Not only does the FDA have rules around the kind of information to include on labels, such as statement of identity, net quantity of content, and ingredients, they also have to be formatted a specific way. We ensure your health claims and nutrient content claims meet the content requirements, and are in the correct format.

Advertising review: There are specific regulations around what you can say in third-party testimonials, websites, social media, and more. We help ensure your marketing content meets FDA and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regulations.

GRAS: Consumers and large retailers want to know if your ingredients are Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS). FDA Atty can complete an ingredient review, help you self-affirm GRAS, or file a GRAS notice with the FDA.

Adverse event reporting and record keeping: You must report any adverse events that are associated with your product to the FDA. We help you develop standard operating procedures that assist in identifying and reporting these events, training staff, and conducting audits.

Export certificates: Do you need an Export Certificate to Foreign Governments or Certificate of Exportability? We resolve the confusion so you understand the process, and know what steps to take.

Import alerts: Has your product been detained by the FDA at customs? You need to take action right away — otherwise your product may be destroyed and your company listed on an import alert, which are publicly published notices of violation. We help you avoid getting on an import alert. If you’ve already received one, we can petition the FDA for your removal.

Warning Letter and border detention assistance: Have you received a Warning Letter from the FDA or have your products been detained at the border? You may not need to destroy your products, if you can ask the FDA to resolve the issue. Time is of the essence, so contact us to start the process right away.

Are you ready to grow your market share while staying in compliance with the FDA?

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