FDA in Beijing: Joint U.S. – China Conference Regarding Food and Drug Law, Regulation and Policies

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June 13-16, 2011, the Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI), FDAImports.com, LLC, and ExporttoUSA.com.cn, are co-hosting conferences and training opportunities in Beijing and Shanghai, China that will address the various laws and policies that govern the food, cosmetic, drug and medical device industry in the United States and in China. FDLI is the lead FDA legal and regulatory compliance training organization in the United States. FDAImports.com, LLC and ExporttoUSA.com.cn lead the way in assisting 100s of foreign manufacturers and U.S. importers of FDA-Regulated commodities in successfully importing highly regulated food, cosmetic and health-related consumer products into the U.S.A.

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There is no reason Chinese products should be considered unsafe or cheap. It makes no sense whatsoever, when Chinese industry has made some of the greatest advances in food, cosmetic, drug and medical device manufacturing the world has seen

June 13-16, 2011, the Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI), FDAImports.com, LLC, and ExporttoUSA.com.cn, are co-hosting conferences and training opportunities in Beijing and Shanghai, China that will address the various laws and policies that govern the food, cosmetic, drug and medical device industry in the United States and in China. FDLI is the lead FDA legal and regulatory compliance training organization in the United States. FDAImports.com, LLC and ExporttoUSA.com.cn lead the way in assisting 100s of foreign manufacturers and U.S. importers of FDA-Regulated commodities in successfully importing highly regulated food, cosmetic and health-related consumer products into the U.S.A. Mr. Benjamin England, a 17-year veteran employee of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the former Regulatory Counsel to the FDA Associate Commissioner for Regulatory Affairs, and, now, Owner and Founder of the FDA regulatory consulting firm FDAImports.com, LLC (and http://www.ExporttoUSA.com.cn), will be among the speakers at the various conference and training venues, along with prestigious U.S. and Chinese government officials and internationally renowned experts.

The key topics and discussions will include detailed analyses and explanations of the current legal, regulatory and economic environment for importing foods, cosmetics, dietary supplements, pharmaceuticals and medical devices into the United States from China. From the perspective of FDAImports.com, the conference represents substantial business opportunities for Chinese manufacturers and will help explain significant changes in FDA policy and U.S. law affecting manufacturers of FDA-regulated products. According to Benjamin England of FDAImports.com, LLC, “We are about overcoming obstacles.”

“Overcoming obstacles is who we are,” England says. “There is no reason Chinese products should be considered unsafe or cheap. It makes no sense whatsoever, when Chinese industry has made some of the greatest advances in food, cosmetic, drug and medical device manufacturing the world has seen – of finished products and especially ingredients. I see this conference and these additional ExporttoUSA.com.cn training sessions as opportunities for Chinese manufacturers to ‘open the door’ to the vast U.S. market.”

Benjamin England notes that “most of the impressions in the U.S. related to Chinese-made goods among U.S. consumers and U.S. Government Officials arise because U.S. consumers want the cheapest prices they can get. It is largely consumer driven. In this economy, who would not want the cheapest prices? Chinese manufacturers can produce high quality goods at lower prices. But in my experience, U.S. importers, who act as ‘middle-men’ in the transactions with the big-box retail stores, apply unnecessary pressure against the Chinese manufacturers and they only pass some of those price savings along to their retail clients. These conferences and training opportunities can be the beginning step for teaching Chinese companies how to establish their own foot prints in the U.S., and how to direct market to the U.S. retailers – enabling them to produce the high quality goods they are capable of making at a competitive price for U.S. retail consumers. That is one of the things I am most excited about in the training I will be providing throughout the week.”

The consultants and affiliated attorneys at FDAImports.com, LLC represent a proven and unique blend of regulatory FDA, USDA, and Customs consulting and legal experiences, which are fully integrated into a single place for solving problems and overcoming obstacles that businesses in highly-regulated industries often encounter. The hurdles a foreign manufacturer must jump over to market in the United States can be quite high and that translates into a challenging importation process. “But it does not have to be that way,” says England, “because foreign manufacturers can rely on experts in the U.S. like FDAImports.com at first and can receive training from us to become their own FDA experts in the U.S. That is what we are about – teaching foreign manufacturers how to swim in the vast sea of U.S. regulation; helping them overcome obstacles by themselves.” Analyzing U.S. laws and regulations on a day-to-day basis allows the FDA consultants and FDA attorneys at FDAImports.com, LLC and ExporttoUSA.com.cn to understand and effectively communicate the changing tides of risk associated with each FDA-regulated product, whether foods, beverages, dietary supplements, cosmetics, drugs or medical devices. “We believe we can be the key to avoiding possible FDA-enforcement action,” says Benjamin England, confidently.

Founder of FDAImports.com and ExporttoUSA.com.cn, Benjamin England, will be speaking at the FDLI conference – providing insight to the U.S. laws that govern safe importation and distribution of foreign-manufactured products. In addition to Mr. England’s scheduled presentation during the conference, he is holding separate training sessions after the conference in Beijing and Shanghai, China. During these training sessions Mr. England will explain in greater detail the U.S. regulations that apply to the food, beverage, dietary supplement, cosmetic, drug and medical device industries. He will train businesses within these industries how to comply with the applicable laws and how to address any problems that may arise while importing and distributing products in the U.S. market. He will also address how Chinese companies can compete in the U.S. by learning how to sell direct to the big-box retailers selling to everyday U.S. consumers.

Join FDLI, FDAImports.com, and ExporttoUSA.com.cn for this enlightening conference in Beijing, China and the additional training sessions in Beijing and Shanghai, China. Chinese nationals from Chinese companies who register for the FDLI Conference through FDAImports.com or ExporttoUSA.com.cn will receive a substantially discounted rate compared to typical registration fees. “We want as many Chinese companies to attend these Conferences and training sessions as possible – so we are sponsoring these events and have assisted by negotiating deep discounts for Chinese nationals from Chinese companies,” stated Mr. England, “but they must register for the Conference through FDAImports.com or ExporttoUSA.com.cn to enjoy the discounts.”

Visit FDAImports.com or its new Chinese website, http://www.ExporttoUSA.com.cn for more details about the FDLI Conference and the additional training sessions. FDAImports.com and ExporttoUSA.com.cn can show you ‘the way through’ the complex laws and regulations that govern these industries.

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