FDA changes licensing rules on food imports

London, UK: Celsius Logistics warns that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has made some important changes to its rules on food imports.

Under the rules on US FDA registration:

  • British companies exporting food and drink to the United States need to quickly re-register with the US Government after it overhauled its licensing rules
  • The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has said that every foreign and domestic food company must sign up again by 31 January otherwise they will temporarily lose access to the US market.
  • The FDA will then require this re-registration every two years

Celsius Logistics is FDA-registered and approved, for assistance in complying with these new licensing rules and registration.

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