FDA food certification knowledge

- Mar 30, 2018-

The FDA's agency for the management of food, agricultural products, and seafood is the Food Safety and Nutrition Center (CFASAN). Its role is to ensure that the American food supply is safe, clean, fresh, and clearly labeled.

The food supervised by the center imports 240 billion U.S. dollars each year, of which 15 billion are imported foods. The main monitoring points of the center include:

1, food freshness;

2, food additives;

3. Other harmful ingredients of food biotoxins;

4, seafood safety analysis;

5, food identification;

    6. Follow-up and Warning of Food Listing

    According to the anti-terrorism law passed by the U.S. Congress in 2003, food companies outside the U.S. must register with the FDA before exporting to the U.S. and notify the FDA when they export.

    According to the U.S. 107-188 Public Law,foreign food production and processing companies that must register with FDA are as follows:

    1. Wine and alcoholic beverages;

    2, baby and children's food;

    3, bread and pastry categories;

    4, drinks;

    5, candy (including chewing gum);

    6, cereals and instant cereals;

    7, cheese and cheese products;

    8, chocolate and cocoa foods;

    9, coffee and tea products;

    10, food coloring;

    11, weight loss routine foods and medicinal foods, meat substitutes;

    12. Supplementary foods (ie domestic health foods, vitamins, and herbal products);

    13, condiments;

    14, fish and seafood;

    15. Materials and products placed in food and directly in contact with food;

    16, food additives and safe ingredients food supplies;

    17, food sugar;

    18. Fruit and fruit products;

    19, edible gum, milk enzyme, pudding and filling;

    20, ice cream and related foods;

    21, imitation dairy products;

    22. Macaroni and noodles;

    23. Meat, meat products and poultry products;

    24. Milk, butter and dry dairy products;

    25. Dinner foods and marinades, sauces and specialty products;

    26, dried fruit and nuts;

    27, shelled eggs and egg products;

    28. Dim Sum (flour, meat and vegetables);

    29, peppers, special flavors and salt;

    30. Soups;

    31. Soft drinks and canned water;

    32. Vegetable and vegetable products;

    33. Vegetable oil (including olive oil);

    34. Vegetable protein products (side meat foods);

    35. Whole-grain foods and flour-processed foods, starch, etc.;

    36. Main or total products for human consumption.