a federal agency in the Department of Health and Human Services established to regulate the release of new foods and health-related products
- Food and Drug Administration (FDA), or
- Competent authority (1): Food and Drug Administration (FDA), or
- Food and Drug Administration (FDA), or National Marine Fisheries Service — National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NMFS-NOAA)
- Such as Dce and R-Master (UK), Infa-Stauband Ats (Germany) and Fda (France).
- In May 2004 the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published the results of a survey concerning the presence of furan in products that undergo heat treatment.
- Name(s) and official number(s) of premise(s) approved or registered by FDA NMFS-NOAA (1) for export to the EC:
- Following the results of the inspection visit, FDA and NMFS-NOAA have provided guarantees with regard to their responsibilities described above and the implementation of the specific conditions laid down by the present Decision.
- The health certificate shall bear the name, capacity and signature of the representative of the FDA or of the NMFS-NOAA, and the latter’s official stamp in a colour different from that of the endorsements.
- Within the scope of the agreement, the FDA and the NMFS-NOAA are responsible, in particular, for effectively verifying and controlling the implementation of the sanitary rules in force in the USA related to production and processing of fishery products, and for providing information and additional guarantees on the fishery products exported to the EC territory.
- Annex II to the Agreement established that the regulatory authorities for the control of the public health conditions for fish and fishery products in the USA are the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the National Marine Fisheries Service — National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NMFS-NOAA).
- Such as Dce and R-Master (UK), Infa-Stauband Ats (Germany) and Fda (France). See Recent, Centre for economic research (Department of political economy of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia), ‘The Rise of a District Lead Firm: The case of WAM (1968 – 2003)’, February 2009.
- The ‘Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’ and ‘the National Marine Fisheries Service — National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NMFS-NOAA)’ shall be the competent authorities in the United States of America (USA) responsible for the purposes of verifying and certifying compliance of fishery products with the relevant United States public health standards requirements of the Code of Federal Regulation which have been recognised for this purpose as equivalent to the European Community standards as prescribed in Council Decision 98/258/EC.