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FDA Basics for Industry

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It depends on what the product is and how it is marketed. For more information, see FDA's general navigation guide for manufacturers of FDA-regulated products and start-ups.
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FDA may conduct an inspection of your operation for a variety of reasons, such as a routinely scheduled investigation, a survey, or a response to a reported problem.
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Start by visiting the FDA web pages dedicated to that commodity. You will find valuable guidance there. The guidance quotes the law and regulations applicable. You can look up the laws...

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FDA Basics for Industry is aimed at improving communication between FDA and industry by making basic information about the regulatory process more accessible to industry in a user-friendly format.

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