FDA Registration - low-acid canned food
All commercial low-acid canned food (LACF) processors located in the United States and all processors in other countries who process low-acid canned food products for export to the United States require FDA food facility registration, Food Canning Establishment (FCE) Registration and process filing (SID) with US FDA.
Low-acid foods means any foods, other than alcoholic beverages, with a finished equilibrium pH greater than 4.6 and a water activity (aw) greater than 0.85, sealed in a hermetic (air-tight) container (i.e., secure against the entry of microorganisms) and receives a heat treatment for the purpose of achieving commercial sterility. These foods are normally stored and distributed under non-refrigerated conditions. Tomatoes and tomato products having a finished equilibrium pH less than 4.7 are not classed as low-acid foods.
Salmon, Tuna in oil, Lentil soup and Asparagus in brine are examples of Low-acid foods.
Certificate of FDA Registration - low-acid canned food
LMG assist foreign and domestic food facilities to register with FDA , we also provide US FDA Agent service to foreign food facilities. Please complete our online form to register your food facility with FDA.
LMG issue free FDA registration certificate after successfully completing your food facility registration with FDA. You can use this as a proof of FDA registration to the industry, also you can verify certificate validity on our website.