APC is the result of the tireless work of a curious man. Arthur P. Corella had an idea for a packet, and proceeded to design and build a machine to make that packet. One idea and many machine patents later, APC is now a full-service packaging company, specializing in unit-of-use flexible packets and sachets.
As a small business, our minimum order quantities are low, and we have the flexibility to accommodate almost any budget. We work closely with our customers to turn their ideas into top-quality packets that satisfy their sales and promotional needs. APC has been in business since 1965, and is now run by that curious man’s daughter.
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FDA is responsible for protecting the public health by assuring the safety, efficacy and security of human and veterinary drugs, biological products, medical devices, our nation’s food supply, cosmetics, and products that emit radiation.
APC has received USDA Organic Certification since 2010. The organic standards describe the specific requirements that must be verified by a USDA-accredited certifying agent before products can be labeled USDA organic.
The Medical Device Safety Section's mission is to provide an uncompromising standard of public health protection by assuring that medical devices produced and retailed in California are safe and effective. We accomplish our mission through scientific-based investigations and specific legal authority, uniformity of enforcement, balanced with effective industry and consumer education by employing leading-edge technology.
California law requires that businesses obtain an FDB license, certificate or registration for these activities. Processors of general food commodities (e.g. baked goods, noodles, processed fresh vegetables, seafood, snack foods, dietary supplements, etc.) must obtain a Processed Food Registration (PFR) from FDB.
Kosher refers to a set of intricate biblical laws that detail the types of food that a Jewish person may eat and the ways in which it may be prepared. To be certified Kosher, all ingredients in every product—and the process of preparing the product—must be certified for orthodox kosher-compliance too.