FDA Compliance

The FDA regulates the safety and integrity of food in the United States (except meat and poultry which is regulated by the USDA), and also sets requirements for its labeling. It conducts periodic inspections of food producers and processors to determine if they are following standard procedures. Those that are not following procedures can face penalties ranging from fines to being forced to shut down completely. The FDA is responsible for protecting and promoting public health through the regulation and supervision of food safety, tobacco products, dietary supplements, prescription and over-the-counter pharmaceutical drugs (medications), vaccines, and cosmetics. Advertising is a crucial component of pharmaceutical industry marketing around the world and plays an important role in educating physicians and other prescribers about new drugs. FDA acknowledged that consumers benefit from more information on food labels concerning diet and health. As part of this initiative, the agency established interim procedures whereby “qualified” health claims can be made not only for dietary supplements but for conventional foods as well. We help prepare and do training for auditing and certification.


  • Quality Control
  • Regulates content of domestically produced food and drugs
  • Safety to the general public
  • Enhances customer satisfaction

Who should Pursue?

  • Any organization associated with food or drugs that needs to ensure the safety of its contents
  • Any organization that aims at promoting public health
  • Any organization associated with food or drugs that would like to improve quality control
  • Any organization associated with food or drugs that would like to increase customer assurance and satisfaction