New Jersey Department of Health - Consumer, Environmental, and Occupational Health Service - Food and Drug Safety Program


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Licenses

We track the following licenses with the New Jersey Department of Health - Consumer, Environmental, and Occupational Health Service - Food and Drug Safety Program in order to provide compliance services to our clients. As a client, you see this and other reference data in License Manager in-line with your licenses.

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New Jersey Drug or Medical Device Manufacturing or Wholesale Drug or Medical Device Business Registration

Agency:New Jersey Department of Health - Consumer, Environmental, and Occupational Health Service - Food and Drug Safety Program
Fact Checked:4/3/19

Initial Registration

Form:

Initial Application Form (F-2)

Agency Fee:

$200 for a single location, $500 for 2 or more locations + $50 for each location in the state where gross total annual business in drugs does not exceed 3% of the gross total annual volume.

Turnaround:

The review process for a new wholesale registration application is 30 days. If the application is found to be deficient, a letter will be mailed to the mailing address specified on the application form. NJ resident distribution locations and offices will be subject to inspection before approval.

Notarize:Required
Fact Checked:4/5/19

Registration Renewal

Form:

Renewal Application Form (F-13)

Agency Fee:

$200 for a single location, $500 for 2 or more locations + $50 for each location in the state where gross total annual business in drugs does not exceed 3% of the gross total annual volume.

Due:

Annually by January 31.

Fact Checked:4/5/19

New Jersey Third Party Logistics Provider (3PL) License

Not required



Pharmaceutical Third Party Logistics Provider (3PL) licensure is not required on the State level in New Jersey.

The State of New Jersey Wholesale Drug Project no longer requires or issues a third party logistics provider license for wholesale drugs or medical devices.

More information: New Jersey Department of Health - Consumer, Environmental, and Occupational Health Service - Food and Drug Safety Program

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