FDA Assistance

FDA Assistance

McNeese Customs & Commerce srl helps you understand US compliance requirements.


McNeese Customs & Commerce srl specializes in assisting European exporters with U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) compliance requirements. Here are five good reasons why McNeese is your ideal partner:

• We offer FDA and U.S. Customs know-how and experience.

• We have a Licensed U.S. Customhouse Broker on staff based in Europe.

• Our personnel studied and worked in both the USA and in Europe permitting us to offer our services in a multi-lingual and multi-cultural context (English-Italian-German-French).

• Staff members have working experience with the U.S. Government so we understand rules, regulations, and how the Government applies them.

• We collaborate with Fratelli McNeese, Inc. in the USA so that our clients can obtain reliable FDA Resident Agent services from a reputable source within our network.

We have experience in successfully serving the following industries: food, beverages, dietary supplements, certain medical devices and cosmetic products including fragrances.

How FDA and CBP affect your business and how we facilitate compliance:

The savvy, experienced exporter to the USA knows that compliance with US standards and regulations is equally important to product design and price criteria. That is why we work with upper management, quality control managers and export sales managers to build compliance into the product. One of our distinguishing features is that we guide our customers from the production phase through the FDA inspection phase to bridge cultural and linguistic barriers.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CPB) has the primary responsibility for administering the USA's import-export laws. FDA is responsible for determining whether an article offered for importation into the USA is in compliance with the laws enforced by FDA. Companies exporting food, beverages, sunglasses, perfumes and other FDA regulated products are subject to the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) of 1938 and amended by the Bioterrorism Act (BTA) of 2002 and the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) of 2011. The Fair Packaging and Labeling Act (FPLA), other laws, regulations and rules may regulate to your products. Do you have the instruments and know-how to properly interpret all the rules and regulations that regulate your product?

Our primary business value for you:
We offer end-to-end support in your language making the USA easy to understand and work with.

Need Help?

Contact us at info@mcneesesrl.com