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Product introduction: FDA food registrationThe FDA's regulatory agency for food, agricultural products and seafood is the center for food safety and nutrition (cfasan), whose responsibility is to ensure that American food supplies are safe, clean, fresh and clearly marked.Food certificationThe food under the supervision of the center imports 240 billion US dollars a year, of which 15 billion are imported food. The main monitoring focuses of the center include:1. Food freshness;2. Food additives;3. Food biotoxins and other harmful ingredients;4. Seafood safety analysis;5. Food identification;6. Tracking and warning after food marketingAccording to the anti-terrorism law passed by the U.S. Congress in 2003, food enterprises outside the United States must register with the FDA before exporting to the United States and notify the FDA of the shipment when exporting Foreign food production and processing enterprises that must be registered with FDA under public law 107-188 of the United States are as follows:1. Alcohol and alcoholic beverages;2. Food for infants and children;3. Bread and pastries;4. Beverages;5. Candy (including chewing gum);6. Cereals and cereals ready to eat;7. Cheese and cheese products;8. Chocolate and cocoa food;9. Coffee and tea products;10. Food pigments;11. Weight loss conventional food, medicinal food and meat substitutes;12. Supplementary food (i.e. domestic health food, vitamin drugs and Chinese herbal medicine products);13. Condiments;14. Fish and seafood;15. Materials, substances and products placed in food and in direct contact with food;16. Food additives and safe ingredients;17. Food sugar substitutes;18. Fruits and fruit products;19. Edible gum, lactase, pudding and stuffing;20. Ice cream and related foods;21. Imitation dairy products;Noodles and macaroni 22;23. Meat, meat products and poultry products;24. Milk, butter and dry dairy products;25. Dinner food, brine, sauce and special products;26. Dried fruits and nuts;27. Eggs with shells and egg products;28. Snacks (flour, meat and vegetables);29. Pepper, special flavor and salt;30. Soup;31. Soft drinks and canned water;32. Vegetables and vegetable products;33. Vegetable oil (including olive oil);34. Vegetable protein products (square meat food);35. Whole wheat food, flour processed food, starch, etc;36. Products mainly or entirely for human consumption.
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FDA food registration

The FDA's regulatory agency for food, agricultural products and seafood is the center for food safety and nutrition (cfasan), whose responsibility is to ensure that American food supplies are safe, clean, fresh and clearly marked.

Food certification
The food under the supervision of the center imports 240 billion US dollars a year, of which 15 billion are imported food. The main monitoring focuses of the center include:
1. Food freshness;
2. Food additives;
3. Food biotoxins and other harmful ingredients;
4. Seafood safety analysis;
5. Food identification;
6. Tracking and warning after food marketing


According to the anti-terrorism law passed by the U.S. Congress in 2003, food enterprises outside the United States must register with the FDA before exporting to the United States and notify the FDA of the shipment when exporting Foreign food production and processing enterprises that must be registered with FDA under public law 107-188 of the United States are as follows:


1. Alcohol and alcoholic beverages;
2. Food for infants and children;
3. Bread and pastries;
4. Beverages;
5. Candy (including chewing gum);
6. Cereals and cereals ready to eat;
7. Cheese and cheese products;
8. Chocolate and cocoa food;
9. Coffee and tea products;
10. Food pigments;
11. Weight loss conventional food, medicinal food and meat substitutes;
12. Supplementary food (i.e. domestic health food, vitamin drugs and Chinese herbal medicine products);
13. Condiments;
14. Fish and seafood;
15. Materials, substances and products placed in food and in direct contact with food;
16. Food additives and safe ingredients;
17. Food sugar substitutes;
18. Fruits and fruit products;
19. Edible gum, lactase, pudding and stuffing;
20. Ice cream and related foods;
21. Imitation dairy products;
Noodles and macaroni 22;
23. Meat, meat products and poultry products;
24. Milk, butter and dry dairy products;
25. Dinner food, brine, sauce and special products;
26. Dried fruits and nuts;
27. Eggs with shells and egg products;
28. Snacks (flour, meat and vegetables);
29. Pepper, special flavor and salt;
30. Soup;
31. Soft drinks and canned water;
32. Vegetables and vegetable products;
33. Vegetable oil (including olive oil);
34. Vegetable protein products (square meat food);
35. Whole wheat food, flour processed food, starch, etc;
36. Products mainly or entirely for human consumption.

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