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A new website, http://www.USDAPermits.com, assists companies with understanding U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) permit approval requirements and obtaining a permit for their product.
Glen Burnie, MD (PRWEB) February 22, 2013
Maryland-based consulting firm, FDAImports.com, has launched a new website designed to assist companies with understanding U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) permit approval requirements and obtaining a permit for their product. The website, USDAPermits.com, explains the approval process in simple English and allows companies to quickly and easily begin the process of obtaining a USDA permit.
“Many companies find out about the unique USDA permit requirements for the first time when their shipment is held at a port by U.S. Customs Agriculture Inspectors, “said Benjamin England, Founder and CEO of FDAImports.com. “This can be devastating, as some permits are nearly impossible to retroactively issue.”
Based on the firm’s work with hundreds of U.S. and international companies over the years it became clear that simple explanations and clean, straightforward website content was invaluable to foreign manufacturers. USDAPermits.com is easy to understand and is written in clear, simple English, addressing many of the most common questions importers have about USDA permits such as:
“Since the lack of a proper USDA permit can delay or completely halt your shipment, it’s important to have things figured out before you ship,” said England. “We’re interested in keeping the entire process as simple as possible and I think the website reflects that.”
The website is http://www.usdapermits.com
FDAImports.com is an FDA consulting firm helping U.S. and foreign companies navigate through and meet complex FDA regulations for marketing and importing foods, dietary supplements, drugs, cosmetics and medical devices. Benjamin L. England, Founder and CEO, is a former 17-year veteran of the FDA and served as the Regulatory Counsel to the Associate Commissioner for Regulatory Affairs. Contact: Jon Barnes, (410) 220-2800 or pr(at)fdaimports.com.
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