Label Review & Design
The FDA has strict regulations on the content and the form of labeling, including labels on foods, cosmetics, dietary supplements and drugs. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regulates all types of advertisement and given that labels are a unique form of advertisement, both of these agencies work together when regulating commercial labels.
Internet marketing sites
The FDA also regulates Internet marketing sites and other marketing materials as well, which often fall under the purview of the labeling. In this regard, FDA has the authority to send Warning Letters, known as Cyber Letters, to the companies for websites that are selling foods, cosmetics, drugs, dietary supplements, beverages or medical devices, where illegal marketing claims are posted. When FDA identifies the illegal marketing claims on a website, it will target the products sold on that website, forbidding even the entry of the products into the U.S. market. In the worst case, FDA will pursue the seizure of the products, with the cooperation of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection or the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.
FDAeasy.com has specialized consultants and attorneys with extensive experience working with the FDA and have reviewed and revised all types of labels on foods, cosmetics, dietary supplements, drugs and Internet sites to ensure compliance. Let us assist you with safe labeling practices which will produce the best profitability. Contact FDAeasy.com to get started.