Features like Live-monitoring allows you to save a list of products that HawkScanner will constantly check against the FDA’s compliance databse. You will be alerted if a product is flagged or there are any changes since the last time you checked.
Reanalyze previous searches without having to remember and type in long, cumbersome chemical names.
Save groups of ingredients or recent searches as “snapshots” for frequent searching, categorizing, or live monitoring.
We’ll continously ping updates on your saved snapshots and you’ll receive a scheduled notification with your search results.
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Our simple click-and-search interface allows for quick and easy product compliance checking, without the need for any additional training. Our color-cordinated product specifications allow for easy read search results.
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Our database is a direct implementation of the FDA’s ingredient database. Learn more about how we work with the FDA to keep our database up-to-date by visiting our FAQ.
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