Don't let last-minute
compliance issues ruin the show.
Find out if your trade show samples comply with
the Foreign Supplier Verification Program.
If you send food, beverages, or dietary supplement samples to the United States for distribution at a trade show, then your products may be subject to the Food & Drug Administration's Foreign Supplier Verification Program.
By rule, a qualified FDA FSVP Agent must be designated by your company prior to entry – to verify that all samples meet FDA FSVP requirements. United Safety Agents serves as the FSVP Agent for hundreds of exhibitors and can help ensure that your samples clear without incident.
TRADE SHOW COMPLIANCE IN 3 STEPS
Share Letter with your filer and clear the FSVP-portion of U.S. Customs.
SUPPORTED TRADE SHOWS
Natural Products Expo | Coffee Fest | SIAL USA | International Baking Industry Expo
Northwest Foodservice Show | SupplySide Ingredient Marketplace | Winter Fancy Food Show
Sweets & Snacks Expo | PMA Foodservice Conference | Americas Food & Bev. Show
Supply Side West | Summer Fancy Food Show | and many more
Our team stands ready and works closely with our clients to ensure that they comply with FSVP, are represented by a qualified FSVP Agent, and are able to clear the FSVP-portion of U.S. Customs entry.
Call: +1 (888) 551-7403
or reserve a call time
Contact information will only be used to send results and will never be shared with third-parties.
All provided information will be treated as confidential.
What type of products are you sending to the show? – select all that apply
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FSVP COMPLIANCE CALCULATOR
– learn how the Foreign Supplier Verification Program applies to your samples –
FSVP is mandatory. The importation or offering for importation of an article of food without an FSVP that meets the requirements of section 805 of the FD&C Act is prohibited. As provided by §1.514, FDA can impose a wide range of penalties that include Import Refusal, Warning Letters, or placement on Import Alert. Download U.S. CBP's Supplemental Guidance for the ACE System (ACE/ITDS) Version 2.5.1, April 10, 2018: here