FDA labeling is complicated and will require some research. Here is an example of what you want to avoid. See this rejected bee pollen import
As to getting labeling requirements correct to avoid such a problem, here is the FDA labeling guide:
Claims such as "100 percent natural" will be scrutinized. Also, if uses other than as a food are even implied then labeling must meet the requirements for a dietary supplement or drug as opposed to a food label. See:
Making claims or implying benefits on a website is enough to violate regulations in this area. Those claims or implied benefits need not be on the label.
If a company intends to imply health benefits of a product such as this, they should first speak inquire with the FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER), Office of Compliance, HFD-310,752O Standish Place, Rockville, Maryland 20855. This may save significant time and money if done prior sales and marketing.
I see that no packing is done in this country or in your state. That means an approved facility for handling the product would not be needed. The concerns are with labeling which will require disclosure of contents and some other information you will find in the guide I provided earlier. You can turn to a
firm to create the label. The other major concern are any claims made related to the product.
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