FDA Foreign Food Facility Registration

Foreign Food Facility Registration

Fee: $329 USD / Per Year
(Includes U.S Agent Fee)

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is responsible for ensuring that all food that enters the Unites States is safe to consume. The FDA regulates food that comes in internationally as well as food that is produced domestically in the United States.

The Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Prepardness and Response Act of 2002 appoints the Food and Drug Administration as the Food regulatory agency to take the necesarry measure to protect the United States population from any bioterrorism threat or terroristic threat on the United States food supply.

The FDA established two regulations that are required to import food into the United States:

  1. Domestic/Foreign Food Facility Registrations

  2. Prior Notice: Advance Notice on Shipments of Imported Food

As of January 1st 2021 there are 101,982 Foreign Food Facility Registrations and there are 80,935 Domestic Food Facilities that are registered.

“FDA Registration Assistance” provides assistance to all Foreign and Domestic Food Facilities that would like to be registered with the Food and Drug Administration. We also provide Prior Notice Services. If you would like to get more information on the process please CONTACT US.

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