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Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a Prior Notice?
If you import any food or drink items into the United States, yes!
Do I need an FDA number for my ecommerce store?
No, only manufacturers, shippers, and warehouses (if used) are required to have an FDA facility registration number.
What if I am only selling one product at a time?
You still need a Prior Notice registered with the FDA for each product delivered into the USA.
Can I ship non-food products with food products?
Yes, the Prior Notice will only list the food products, but you can have non-food products in the same shipment.
How much does it cost?
PriorNotify costs only US $0.99 per prior notice.
There is no monthly charge, or per-user fee.
You will receive discounts of up to 50% based upon your usage of the app.
The Shopify, WordPress (WooCommerce), and other apps are all free to install.
How long does it take to get a prior notice?
Prior notices through PriorNotify are created automatically, and take only a few minutes to generate.
The prior notice document will be automatically emailed to you.
You can also download the completed prior notice documents inside the app.
How many products can be on one Prior Notice?
Each different type of product requires a separate prior notice.
For example, if you were sending 500g of cheese and 0.25 liters of honey to a USA buyer, you would need one prior notice for the cheese, and another for the honey.
However, multiple products of the same kind can be included in a single prior notice.
Do I need Shopify or WordPress to use PriorNotify?
No, the PriorNotify app works fine by itself.
You do not need a Shopify, WordPress (WooCommerce), or other e-commerce store to use the PriorNotify app.
What if I want to import large shipments?
PriorNotify currently works with mail, express carriers, and other smaller shipment types.
It will soon also work for large container shipments.