A New Way Forward

The world is getting smaller.  Global sourcing has become a key to success in the food industry. However, the regulatory burdens and liabilities associated with being a food importer are large and about to get much greater. Compliance no longer begins at the border.  A new law–The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA)–now requires importers of food to have a foreign supplier verification program (FSVP) to verify that foreign suppliers are producing food in compliance with stringent new food safety regulations. U.S. Food Imports LLC (USFI) provides the tools U.S. firms need to source globally without the burdens and risks. USFI also helps foreign exporters meet the new regulatory requirements of FSMA. We look forward to giving you the competitive edge in the 21st century marketplace.  Learn more.

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Food Import Growth

Growth in Dollar Value of U.S. Food Imports 1999-2014

All of the benefits of direct importing without the hassles and risks

Risk Mitigation

We are responsible for complying with applicable legal requirements associated with food imports.

Better Margins

Source directly from suppliers at lower cost without the regulatory risks and burdens of importing.


Supply Chain Integration

We customize import solutions to fully integrate into your supply chain and meet your sourcing needs.



Global Sourcing

Enjoy better margins, higher quality, greater choice and other benefits of direct global sourcing.


Foreign Supplier Solutions

We provide foreign suppliers with the tools they need to help them meet U.S. food import requirements.


Less Paperwork

Recordkeeping requirements for food imports are large and increasing. We relieve you of this burden.

Solutions for Exporters to the U.S.


FSVP Training at USFI Mar. 14-15

The International Food Protection Institute (IFPTI) will be holding training for industry and regulators for the Food Safety Modernization Act’s (FSMA) Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP) regulation March 14-15.  The course will be held at the St. Petersburg, Florida offices of U.S. Food Imports.  The FSVP regulation requires compliance activities to be performed by qualified…


FDA Announces FSMA Import Hearing

On January 13, FDA announced it will be holding a hearing on public partnerships to enhance the safety of imported foods.  This meeting will cover issues relevant to the Foreign Supplier Verification Program Rule.  The meeting will be held at CFSAN in College Park, MD on February 14-15 from 9 am to 5 pm.  More…


FDA Reopens Food Facility Renewals for Certain Expired Registrations

Last night (12/21/2016) the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) provided a second chance at registration renewal for food facilities who failed to secure a confirmation from the U.S. agent listed on the registration.  The agency has not yet announced this publicly.  Tomorrow the agency will be releasing revised guidance on food facility registration but…