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FDA Facility Registration

FDA Facility Registration (FFR)

U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) food facility registration is required for all facilities that manufacture, process, pack, or store food, beverages, or dietary supplements that may be consumed in the United States. Facilities located outside the United States must also designate a U.S. Agent for FDA communications. With Registrar Corp's MyFDA system, you can register and manage multiple facilities in a single interface. With MyFDA compliance has never been easier!

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FDA Compliance Monitor

Registrar Corp's FDA Compliance MonitorSM allows users to monitor companies for FDA Import Alerts and Import Refusals.

Comply with new FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) monitoring and documenting requirements.

Automated supplier checks minimize the risk of costly and unexpected delays and detentions.

Adding multiple recipients to compliance updates assures immediate action as soon as problems arise.

A centralized list of suppliers showing their current compliance status allows for improved supplier control and communication between buyers and quality assurance departments.

Features Include:

E-Mail Updates

Users are e-mailed anytime a change occurs in the compliance status of a facility they are monitoring.

Printable Reports

Easily document the compliance history of suppliers as required by FSMA.

24-Hour Live Help

Online live help is available to answer questions and assist with any problems.

Prior Notice Express

The Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002 (the Bioterrorism Act) directs the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to take additional steps to protect the public from a threatened or actual terrorist attack on the U.S. food supply and other food-related emergencies.

Along with other provisions, the Bioterrorism Act requires that FDA receive prior notification of food, including animal feed that is imported or offered for import into the United States. Advance notice of import shipments allows FDA, with the support of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), to target import inspections more effectively and help protect the United States' food supply against terrorist acts and other public health emergencies.

FDA requires Prior Notice for all foods imported into the United States. Depending on the method of shipment (Express carrier, air, sea, land, rail, mail, or baggage), FDA may require different data elements to be submitted.

Registrar Corp's Prior Notice Express allows you to quickly file Prior Notice with the U.S. FDA online, or via email or fax.