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EAS Consulting Group has vast expertise to provide assistance to food manufacturers in the areas of food safety, food defense, food labeling, operational and formulation, ingredient and packaging programs to support FDA and USDA requirements and determine regulatory risk.

EAS specializes in all types of regulatory services related to food production and processing and has unique capabilities with beverage (including bottled water), seafood, produce, infant formula, medical foods, all types of dairy products as well as animal feed and pet foods.

Let EAS help your firm understand and comply with FDA and USDA’s requirements.

Overview of Food Services

EAS assists all food firms, from the smallest grower to the largest food manufacturer, with all manner of compliance issues. Our technical staff and over 150 independent consultants offer rapid response capabilities, bringing labeling into compliance, addressing FSMA and FSVP risks, and responding to local, state, FDA, USDA or EPA scrutiny or regulatory actions. Contact us with your regulatory questions and see the difference EAS makes.

Conventional Foods

Dairy

Infant Formula

Organic

Produce

Meat and Poultry

USDA

Seafood

Acidified Foods

Low-Acid Canned Foods

Medical Foods

Foods for Special Dietary Uses

Animal Food

Animal Feed

Bottled Water

CBD infused foods

Snack Foods

Ready-to-Eat Foods

Food Packaging

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EAS Partners, Certified Laboratories, FSNS and Microconsult Offer Unparalleled Testing Services

Certified Laboratories, Microconsult and FSNS have long traditions of delivering service and science to the food industry, including meats and dairy, through their investments in quality systems and industry leading technical expertise. By partnering with customers and industry leaders across all segments, our partner testing laboratories can provide you the testing and guidance your organization needs to navigate in an ever changing regulatory and global supply chain environment and enable your business to reach its full potential. They also provide services for full nutritional panels and food analysis using the major international method indexes, pharmacopoaes, and published methods with the backing of significant scientific consensus.

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Understand FDA’s Latest Thinking on Major Food Allergens and Their Labeling for Foods and Dietary Supplements

EAS is presenting a one-hour allergen labeling webinar that will refresh stakeholders’ knowledge of the definition of allergens and their proper declaration. Learn when FALCPA and FASTER apply and when they do not. Our webinar will also provide a synopsis of the recent FDA guidances and an in-depth understanding of FDA’s current thinking on allergens and the labeling requirements, and include interesting details that are in both documents. Our webinar will be held on December 14 at 1 pm ET.

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).

Listeria monocytogenes in Ice Cream and Frozen Novelties

Ice cream is often associated with childhood, special occasions, and moments of pleasure with family and friends. Everyone has special ice cream memories! However, memories of eating ice cream should not be associated with illness, hospitalization, or death.

Establishing an Effective Environmental Monitoring Program

Prevention of product contamination through an Environmental Monitoring Program is a requirement across FDA regulated industries. This ensures product safety and reduces the likelihood of an adverse event(s) for the consumer. An established EMP is required by FDA as part of a Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) quality system.

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