There’s a change in compliance expectations happening and we’re seeing some real traction right now.
Glen Burnie, MD (PRWEB) January 14, 2013
The FDAImports.com team achieved another Import Alert success, this time obtaining a green ticket for a Chinese firm for FDA Import Alert 99-29, “Detention Without Physical Examination of All Vegetable Protein Products From China for Animal or Human Food Use Due to the Presence of Melamine and/or Melamine Analogs.”
Import Alert 99-29 is a daunting countrywide Import Alert for China- an Import Alert that didn’t see any exemptions until 2012 when FDAImports.com obtained the first exemption ever for a Chinese company. “What we’re seeing here is a change in attitude at FDA,” said Benjamin England, Founder and CEO of FDAImports.com. “We’ve seen FDA beginning to exempt firms, not only with 99-29 but also with 99-30. There’s a change in compliance expectations happening and we’re seeing some real traction right now.” FDAImports.com and their Chinese subsidiary, ExportToUsa.com.cn, have assisted numerous companies with obtaining removal from FDA Import Alert- a process which is so complex and rigorous that many companies who find themselves on Import Alert cease U.S. operations entirely.
FDAImports.com is an FDA consulting firm helping U.S. and foreign companies navigate through and meet complex FDA regulations for marketing and importing foods, dietary supplements, drugs, cosmetics and medical devices. Benjamin L. England, Founder and CEO, is a former 17-year veteran of the FDA and served as the Regulatory Counsel to the Associate Commissioner for Regulatory Affairs. Contact: Jon Barnes, (410) 220-2800 or pr(at)fdaimports(dot)com.