FDA stands for Food and Drug Administration, a regulatory agency known as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. It is a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, headquartered in Washington, D.C.
The standards set by the FDA aim to ensure the safety of products within their regulatory purview circulating in the U.S. market. Any exporter wishing to introduce their products into the U.S. must comply with FDA regulations and obtain FDA certification. All FDA-regulated products must adhere to the strict regulations of this organization to obtain FDA certification. Each FDA certification is granted specifically for each product type, without limitations on quantity or weight.
When shipping goods to the U.S., FDA documentation is crucial. Products such as dried shrimp, dried fish, fresh fruits, dietary supplements, cakes, candies, jams, drugs, teas, and more require FDA certification. This is considered a necessary condition for customs clearance and importation of goods into the U.S.
What are the benefits of the FDA?
- Helps consumers protect their health.
- Products with FDA certification are highly regarded compared to other products in the market.
- FDA-compliant products instill consumer trust and build trust and reputation for businesses.
- FDA certification is a mandatory requirement for exporting to the U.S., helping businesses avoid complications in customs procedures.
With the goal of elevating Vietnamese agricultural products to the global market, Green Powers, with the brand “Vuabuoi,” is actively working to penetrate even the most demanding markets, including the U.S., with various fruits, especially “Pink Pomelos”!