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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.

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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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Hygiene Improvement, Monitoring & Tracking

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Hygienic Equipment Sanitation – Best Practices for Food Safety

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GRAS for Cannabinoids

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Enhancing Food Safety Through Technology

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