FDAImports.com, ExportToUSA.com.cn to present at Expo Asia

FDAImports.com, ExportToUSA.com.cn to present at Expo Asia

FDAImports.com Principal Rick Quinn will presentat on importing to the U.S., with emphasis on food and dietary supplement compliance strategies.

The FDAImports.com and ExportToUsa.com.cn team will be exhibiting at the 2012 Natural Products Expo Asia in Hong Kong on August 23 – 25, 2012 (Booth E29). In addition to exhibiting at one of Asia’s largest natural products events, Rick Quinn, Principal at FDAImports.com, will be giving a special presentation on importing to the United States with a special emphasis on food and dietary supplement compliance strategies. His presentation, “How to Successfully Import Natural Products into the United States,” will cover the following:

  • The basics of importing products to the United States
  • Understanding the regulatory landscape and U.S. agencies
  • Natural and organic claims: Who decides (and what you shouldn’t say)
  • Emerging Food Safety Modernization Act regulations and how to prepare
  • FDA refusals, detentions and Import Alerts and how to avoid them
  • Unique challenges facing the dietary supplement and food industry

Each year the FDAImports.com and ExportToUsa.com.cn team participates in, exhibits and speaks at international conferences and events such as Natural Products Expo Asia. Benjamin England, Founder and CEO of the firms, predicts that 2012 will be a crucial year for the food and dietary supplement industry. He states, “It’s more important than ever for domestic and international manufacturers to know what’s happening with FDA regulation, especially the status of FSMA and other emerging legislation. Events such as Expo Asia create valuable face time between us and our friends and partners overseas. We expect to help numerous companies get up to speed with FSMA and better understand organic and natural claims for food and supplement labeling.”


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