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Top tips for understanding US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) compliance

May 22 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Excerpt from Department for Business & Trade webpage

“Want to sell your goods to the USA? Understand the import regulations you need to consider and the steps you need to take to be compliant.

What you’ll learn

  • explore the opportunities for UK good producers to trade in the United States
  • understand the US import regulations you need to be aware of
  • practical steps you need to take to be compliant with FDA regulations


Are you a producer of food, drinks, cosmetics, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, alcohol or tobacco, and looking to sell to a new global market? The US market offers fantastic opportunities for British businesses selling these types of products, but business owners can often find navigating US import regulations to be challenging.

That is why we are here to help – we have a session designed to help you you understand how to identify, understand and overcome any regulatory barriers that may stand in your way of exporting to the USA.

Unlike other overseas regulatory authorities, the US. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) imposes regulations on imports and it is crucial that aspiring exporters identify, understand and comply with regulations that may apply to them and their products before they begin selling to the USA.


Gary Baylis MIEx

Regulatory Advisor, Representative Office for UK & Ireland for REGISTRAR CORP, USA

After 50 years in the international logistics industry Gary established his own company, Export Access, with a view to helping exporters identify, understand, and overcome regulatory barriers in overseas markets.

Gary runs the representative office for UK & Ireland for Registrar Corp USA – the leading global provider of assistance services for foreign suppliers whose products are subject to regulation by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).”

For more information and to register, please click here.


May 22
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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