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14397Fw: U.S. FDA Food Facility Registration Renewal Now Required

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  • Anant Joglekar
    Oct 2, 2012
      anant joglekar

      The ultimate goal of natural farming is not simply growing crops but the cultivation and perfection of human beings.  Masanobu Fukuoka

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      >From: Registrar Corp <vishal@...>
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      >Sent: Tuesday, 2 October 2012 1:11 AM
      >Subject: U.S. FDA Food Facility Registration Renewal Now Required
      >U.S. FDA requires renewal of registration and consent to inspection
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      >P: +1-757-224-0177    F: +1-757-224-0179    E: info@...    W: www.registrarcorp.com


      >The new U.S. FDA Food Safety Modernization Act ("FSMA") imposes new
      requirements on companies that supply food, beverages and dietary
      supplements to the United States. Now, you must:
      > * Renew your FDA Food Facility Registration between October 1, 2012 - December 31, 2012 and biennially thereafter.
      > * Consent to FDA inspections (increasing from 600 in 2O11 to 19,200 by 2016).
      Your shipments to the United States may be refused entry if your food facility registration is not renewed properly under FSMA or if you
      refuse to consent to FDA inspection.
      >All registered facilities outside the United States must appoint a
      U.S. Agent for FDA communications. The U.S. Agent for FDA communications
      serves a different function than your importer, customs broker or
      commercial distributor. FDA sends communications to your designated U.S.
      Agent, including information regarding inspections, often requiring an
      immediate response. Due to FSMA's new inspection schedule, it is now
      critical to have a professional U.S. Agent handle your FDA

      >Registrar Corp's Regulatory Specialists can renew your registration properly, and handle your FDA communications professionally as your U.S. Agent. In addition, as part of our U.S. Agent service, Registrar Corp will
      dispatch a food safety expert trained in FDA inspections to your
      facility to help you prepare if you receive a notice of FDA inspection
      after October 1, 2012. This assistance is included at no additional
      charge other than travel and lodging expenses.

      >As your U.S. Agent, Registrar Corp's multilingual Regulatory
      Specialists are available 24/7 to help you and can be contacted by
      phone, email, or by using our "Live Help". Our offices worldwide are also available to assist you.

      >If you have questions, please contact Liviana Callahan by phone: +1-757-224-0177 ext 308 or email: lcallahan@...
      Corp assists business with FDA compliance. Registrar Corp is not
      affiliated with the U.S. food and Drug Administration.

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