Food and Food Supplements Regulatory Services in Singapore

Food and Food Supplements
Regulatory Services in Singapore


In Singapore, food and food supplements come under the purview of the Singapore Food Agency (SFA). The Import and Sale of these Products in Singapore are governed by the Sale of Food Act and the Singapore food regulations. Importers must ensure that their products comply with Singapore food regulations and labeling requirements as per the SFA guidelines. Meanwhile, medicinal, and other health-related products are regulated under Health Sciences Authority (HSA) regulations. Some products include western medicinal products, Chinese proprietary medicines, and cosmetic products.

The classification of products in the food-health product interface is a challenging task as it is dependent on various factors. HSA and SFA have developed a classification tree to assist companies to determine the classification of their products.

With a good hold on Singapore Food Agency (SFA) and Health Sciences Authority (HSA) regulations for food products, Freyr assists manufacturers to compliantly take their food and food supplements to Singapore.


Freyr Expertise

  • Food Product Classification/Health Supplement Classification
  • Formula Review/Ingredients Assessment
  • Label and Claims Review
  • Regulatory Intelligence Report
  • Regulatory Strategy
  • Product-specific Updates on the Regulatory Guidelines/Standards
  • Import Guidance
  • Novel Food Enquire Submission and Registration
Freyr Advantages


Freyr Advantages


End-to-end Regulatory consultation for Singapore


Complete product compliance support and launching guidance


Qualified team of experts with hands-on experience across all categories of foods like health supplements, dietary supplements, nutraceuticals, health functional foods, health functional beverages, foods for special dietary use, etc.


Support for region-specific Regulatory activities


Extensive partner network across the globe


A strong relationship with various Health Authorities