Thanks so much for sticking with the process as we clarified the type
of information that would best meet your needs.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration requires firms that manufacture
"drugs and biological products" to register with the FDA. A guidance
document explaining the registration requirements in detail can be
Guidance for Industry
Forms for Registration of Producers of Drugs and Listing of Drugs in
"Section 510 of the [Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic] Act and 21 CFR
part 207, inter alia, require establishments (e.g. manufacturers,
repackers, and relabelers) upon first engaging in the manufacture,
preparation, propagation, compounding, or processing of human drugs,
veterinary drugs, and biological products, with certain exceptions, to
register their establishments and submit listing information for all
drugs and biological products in commercial distribution. Registrants
are also required to submit, on or before December 31 of each year,
updates in registration information for their establishments."
A list of FAQs regarding the registration process can be found here:
Frequently Asked Questions on Drug Firm Annual Registration Status
The list of firms, itself, is accessible through a search site
maintained by FDA, which can be found here:
Drug Firm Annual Registration Status Query
Search by Firm Name:
Enter "inc" into the search box (without the quote marks) and the
system will return a list of several thousand firms.
Once you have the list on screen, you can search it for firms of
interest, using your browser's Find function (Ctrl-F in a Windows
system). For instance, a Ctrl-F search for "nutra" identifies a
number of firms with nutraceutical and related terms in their company
name, such as:
NUTRACEUTICAL LABS INC 3617 WEST CAMBRIDGE AVE, PHOENIX, AZ, 85009, 602-9958715
And of course, you can use your browser's "Save As" function to save
the entire list as a text file or html file on your local drive.
I trust this is the information you need, but if anything here is not
clear, or if you would like any additional information, just let me
know by posting a Request for Clarirfication, and I'll be happy to
assist you further.
search strategy: used bookmarked FDA search sites
P.S. I inadvertently posted this as a clarification, as well...sorry
for any confusion.