Find 21210 FDA offices, centers, labs and buildings of the US Food and Drug Administration. FDA offices provide information on food safety and recalls, drugs, pharmaceutical and medication approval, research, testing and regulation, medical devices, vaccines, cosmetics, tobacco products and regulatory science and consumer safety.
FDA Office of Regulatory Affairs Baltimore District Office 6000 Metro Drive Baltimore MD 21215 4.2 miles from 21210 410-779-5455
FDA Office of Regulatory Affairs Dundalk Marine Terminal 2700 Broening Highway Baltimore MD 21222 8.8 miles from 21210 410-631-0322
FDA Office of Criminal Investigations - Metropolitan Washington Field Office 11750 Beltsville Drive Beltsville MD 20705 26.9 miles from 21210 240-276-9400
FDA Office of Criminal Investigations - Task Force Maryland 11750 Beltsville Drive Beltsville MD 20705 26.9 miles from 21210 240-276-9400
FDA Office of Regulatory Affairs White Oak Campus 10903 New Hampshire Avenue Silver Spring MD 20903 29.2 miles from 21210 888-463-6332
FDA Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition 5100 Paint Branch Parkway College Park MD 20740 30.7 miles from 21210
FDA Office of Criminal Investigations - FDA 7500 Standish Place Rockville MD 20855 32.8 miles from 21210 240-276-9500
FDA Office Of Regulatory Affairs 12420 Parklawn Drive Rockville MD 20852 33.0 miles from 21210 301-796-5231
FDA Office of Regulatory Affairs Northern Virginia 101 West Broad Street Falls Church VA 22046 43.8 miles from 21210 703-538-2176
The FDA is responsible for about 80% of the food consumed in the U.S. However, the FDA does not monitor meat, poultry, and egg products. The Food Safety Inspection Services of the U.S. Department of Agriculture is responsible for the safety, proper packaging, and labeling of meat, poultry, and egg products.
A recall is when a product is removed from the market because it is defective, potentially harmful, or poses some safety threat. Recalls can either be voluntary on the part of the company or can be in response to action by the FDA.
No. For over the counter drugs, the FDA tests the active ingredients and labeling. Once the safety, effectiveness, and labeling of the active ingredient has been established, new products that comply with a set of standards for that active ingredient generally do not require new approval.