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It is also known as the Firm or Facility Establishment Identifier.
How the Search Tool Works To search, enter all or part of the firm name. Alternatively, enter the FEI number if known.
Results could return many rows, including many with the same name. Address information can be used to distinguish locations since each location will display a separate firm profile. If no matches on name or FEI are found, this indicates that no applicable compliance records are present for the firm.
Column headers allow sorting and searching to further filter results. Click the "View Details" link in the results table to see additional details about the firm.
Under these rules, you must evaluate, among other things, the applicable FDA food safety regulations and information relevant to the supplier's compliance with those regulations, including whether the supplier is the subject of an FDA warning letter, import alert, or other FDA compliance action related to food safety, and document the evaluation.
Below is a list of publically available resources that can be used Firm resources meet the requirement set out in these regulations as well as information on their use: Warning Letters Warning letters are considered advisory actions and the agency position is that Warning Letters are issued only for violations of regulatory significance.
Significant violations are those violations that may lead to enforcement action if not promptly and adequately corrected. The use of Warning Letters is based on the expectation that most individuals and firms will voluntarily comply with the law.
Warning Letters issued to individuals and firms can be Firm resources on the Warning Letter page. Searching Warning Letters The Warning Letter page allows users to search letters issued during specific calendar years spanning the last 10 years as well as allowing a simple search where a user can enter in terms and an advanced search where a user can search on particular fields such as company name, the date range the letter was issued in, issuing FDA office, subject, if a response letter has been posted, or if a closeout letter has been posted.
The page also has several browse functions where you can search just by company name or display a list of warning letters that have certain criteria, such as those that have close out letters.
The presence of a close-out is important as it indicates that the following conditions have been met as noted in the Regulatory Procedures Manual section The firm replied to the Warning Letter with sufficient information to demonstrate that any listed violations have been adequately corrected; or A follow-up inspection shows that implementation of the corrective actions was adequate, or, based on other verified, appropriate and reliable information, FDA determines that the follow-up inspection is not needed; and The follow-up inspection or other appropriate and reliable information does not reveal other significant violations.
Posted Warning Letter information company name, the date the letter was issued, issuing FDA office, subject, if a response letter has been posted, or if a closeout letter has been posted can also be exported to a spreadsheet. Import Alerts Detention without physical examination of products being imported in the country as described in the Regulatory Procedures Manual section is appropriate when there exists a history of the importation of violative products, or products that may appear violative, or when other information indicates that future entries may appear violative.
More information on import alerts can be found on the Import Alerts page. A firm and their products can be on three different kinds of lists in an Import Alert: So Red List firms will have the products in the Import Alert detained without physical examination, whereas the Green and Yellow List firms will not have the products detained without physical examination.
Products are identified primarily by product code, and if the product code and the product code name are not specific enough, notes regarding the product are included.
Product codes consist of an industry code, class code, subclass, pic process indicator codeand group code. Subclass code and pic are often not included in which case they are displayed with a dash.
For example, raisins can be represented using industry code 21, class code B, and group code This would be displayed as product code 20 B - - 10 "Raisins, Dried or Paste".
Recalls A recall is a firm's removal or correction of a marketed product that FDA considers to be in violation of the laws it administers and against which the agency would initiate legal action, e.
A market withdrawal or a stock recovery is not considered a recall. Most recalls are voluntarily initiated by a firm though some may not be.
A Class I is a situation in which there is a reasonable probability that the use of, or exposure to, a violative product will cause serious adverse health consequences or death.
A Class II is a situation in which use of, or exposure to, a violative product may cause temporary or medically reversible adverse health consequences or where the probability of serious adverse health consequences is remote.
A Class III is a situation in which use of, or exposure to, a violative product is not likely to cause adverse health consequences.
Classified recalls are posted to the internet as part of the Enforcement Report. Searching Recalls using the Enforcement Report The enforcement report allows the searching of classified recalls in a consolidated report of recalls classified in a weekly period of time and an advanced search which allows searching of specific fields associated with the recall such as firms, products, and classification.
How to Search for and How to Use Enforcement Report Data For the purposes of FSVP and needing to search for a supplier, the advanced search will be the most helpful as the name of the recalling firm is a field that can be searched on.
The recalling firm is the only firm posted to the enforcement report for that recall. The recalling firm is the firm that initiates a recall or, in the case of an FDA-requested recall, the firm that has primary responsibility for the manufacture and marketing of the product to be recalled.
The actual manufacturer of the product is not posted to the internet and may not be the same as the recalling firm. The recall records in the enforcement report displays the products and recall classification as well as the reason for the recall.
The information found on this site is gathered from press releases and other public notices about certain recalls of FDA-regulated products and may include photos and other documents along with the press release.
Not all recalls have press releases or are posted on this page.The purpose of this session is to understand the role of firm resources and capabilities in building and formulating a strong strategy.
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