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HomeFood and BeveragesFCE (Food Canning Establishment) and SID (Process Filings)U.S. FDA FCE-SID Examples › Sate Regulations

U.S. FDA FCE-SID Sate Requirements



Food canning establishments in the United States and foreign establishments that process and export foods to the United States are subject to regulations that require registration of the establishments (FCE) and filing of scheduled processes (SIDs). The FCE registration and SID regulations for thermally processed low-acid and acidified foods packaged in hermetically sealed containers are found in Title 21 CFR 113 and 114. Typical hermetically sealed Sate products include:
  • Canned Sate
  • Bottled Sate
  • Jarred Sate
  • Sate in Pouch
  • Sate in Tetra Pak
  • Sate in Dressing
  • Marinated Sate
  • Sate in Water
  • Sate in Oil
  • Sate in Brine
  • Sate in Sauce
  • Sate in Syrup
  • Sate in Spring Water
  • Sate in Vinegar
Registrar Corp assists Sate companies with:
  • FDA Sate FCE Registration
  • FDA Sate SID Process Filing
  • FDA Sate FCE-SID Exceptions
  • FDA Sate Label Requirements
  • FDA Sate Import Information
  • FDA Sate Detentions / Sate Entry Refusals
  • General U.S. Food and Drug Administration Guidelines for:
    • Sate Manufacturers
    • Sate Suppliers
    • Sate Processors
    • Sate Exporters
    • Sate Importers
In addition to Sate Food Canning Establishment Registration (FCE) and Scheduled Process (SID) regulations, Sate businesses are typically subject to U.S. FDA Food Facility Registration and U.S. Agent requirements (when applicable). For more information about Sate requirements, simply choose one of the options below:




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U.S. FDA Regulations:

U.S. FDA FCE/SID: 21 C.F.R. sections 108, 109, 113, 114













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