The Illinois meals firm warned of import violations

As part of its enforcement efforts, the Food and Drug Administration sends warning letters to companies for which it is responsible. Some letters are not made publicly available until weeks or months after they have been sent. Business owners have 15 days to respond to FDA warning letters. Warning letters are often not issued until a company has been given months to years to correct problems. The FDA often edits portions of warning letters that are published for public viewing.

Aman Kapoor Inc.
Elk Grove Village, IL

An import company in Illinois is informed by the FDA that it does not have FSVPs for a number of imported foods.

In a March 10 warning letter, the FDA described an inspection of the Remote Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP) from December 1 to 17, 2020 at Aman Kapoor Inc.

The FDA’s inspection found the company was not in compliance with FSVP regulations and resulted in the issuance of an FDA Form 483a. The main violations are as follows:

The company has not developed, maintained, or followed an FSVP. In particular, they did not develop FSVP for any of the following foods:

  • Cornflake Mixture imported from (edited)
  • Cashew mix imported from (edited)
  • Dried vegetable soup mix imported from (edited)

The full warning letter can be viewed Here.

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