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Guidance for Industry: Homeopathic Drug Products

Guidance for Industry: Homeopathic Drug Products

What You Need to Know The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued a final guidance on Homeopathic Drug Products describing the agency’s approach to prioritizing regulatory actions for homeopathic products posing the greatest risk to patients. The agency anticipates many homeopathic drug...

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What Not To Feed Your Dog

What Not To Feed Your Dog

Originally posted on American Council on Science and HealthBy Jane Caldwell, Ph.D.We love our dogs and puppies. They are faithful, non-judgmental companions who delight in our presence. Many pet owners return this affection by feeding them treats. But some human foods and household products are...

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Drug and Device Corner November 2022

Drug and Device Corner November 2022

Reminder that December is the deadline for the establishment registration and product listing renewal period. Kindly note the FDA has tightened up their validation process for drug listings. Although repack / relabeled listings have been submitted in the past without source NDC identification,...

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How the Voluntary Qualified Importer Program (VQIP) Can Expedite Your US Imports

How the Voluntary Qualified Importer Program (VQIP) Can Expedite Your US Imports

Most exporters of food products to the US are plagued by FDA import bottlenecks at the border. From paperwork to random and for-cause inspections, importing often feels like a waiting game. For everyone who has thought, Wouldn’t it be nice if FDA product imports could be expedited, this EAS Consulting Group, a Certified Group company, webinar discusses FDA’s “fast track” program for food imports called the Voluntary Qualified Importer Program (VQIP).

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The Role of Your US Agent

The Role of Your US Agent

Foreign entities who operate in US FDA-regulated industries must have an appointed FDA US agent before they can import products into the US. At a minimum these FDA US agents provide the most basic of required services. However, agents with relevant experience and knowledge can provide much more.

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