Complete Supply Chain Solutions

The Supply Chain Rules Have Changed.  Compliance no longer begins at the border. We navigate and provide compliance solutions for the complex and ever-changing web of food regulations in the U.S. so you don’t have to.  We provide supply chain solutions to the world’s largest retailers and manufacturers as well as leading start-ups in the industry.  We are experts in the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP), FDA and USDA food labeling, FDA food facility registration, APHIS and FSIS requirements and more.  We act as the FSVP agent and FSVP importer and handle all FSVP compliance requirements.  Our proprietary compliance tools-FSMA Cloud® and FDA Cloud®-make compliance as efficient as possible.  Whether you are a retailer looking to expand your global food supply chain reach, a business looking to enhance your international sourcing compliance programs, or an innovative start-up, we can help.  Learn more.

Food Import Growth

Growth in Dollar Value of U.S. Food Imports 2010-2022

FSVP Agent Services


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.


Food Industry Regulatory Update – April 12, 2024

In This Week’s Edition: Honey Food Fraud; FDA Finds 10% of Imported Honey Affected by Food Fraud FDA is releasing data from a sampling assignment carried out in 2022 and 2023 to test imported honey for economically motivated adulteration (EMA). EMA occurs, for example, when a valuable ingredient or part of a food is intentionally left out,…


Food Industry Regulatory Update – March 29, 2024

In This Week’s Edition: Bioengineered Food List USDA’s AMS is soliciting information about potential additions to or subtractions from the List of Bioengineered Foods as it pertains to the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard. Comments must be received by April 29, 2024 to be assured of consideration. Fruit and Vegetable Industry Advisory Committee: Notice of Intent To Renew Charter…


Food Industry Regulatory Update – March 22, 2024

In This Week’s Edition: PFAs Import Alert FDA issued a new import alert for human food products with detectable levels of chemical contaminants that may present a safety concern to human health. The Import Alert 99-48, Detention without Physical Examination of Foods Due to Chemical Contamination, gives the FDA the ability to help prevent entry of human…