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EAS Consulting Group Specializing in FDA Regulatory Matters - EAS Consulting Group, LLC (EAS) specializes in Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulatory matters

  • http://www.easconsultinggroup.com/services/foods/ FDA and USDA Regulatory Consulting Services for Food - EAS Consulting Group can help food, beverage, bottled water and USDA regulated companies stay in compliance with FDA and USDA regulations as well as prepare for FSMA.

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  • Timm - Great inexpensive digital hygrometer

    I bought this same hygrometer packaged as Acu-Rite brand from a Mill's Fleet Farm for $9.99 more than a year ago. I've always had it turned on since then, and I've never had to change the batteries. I tested the unit not long after I bought it and again just yesterday (using the NaCl and distilled water test and the Boveda humidipak kit) and after 8 hours the display stabilized at 75% just as it should. I also made a Potassium Carbonate test and it was stable at 43% after ~18hrs. This is great to see from a $10 unit. I've traveled with this product and it has held up through that as well. I've never tested the accuracy of the thermometer, as I mainly bought this instrument to read RH in an instrument (guitar) room, and guitar cases. I've also owned "The Weather Channel" brand weather stations with built in hygrometers that were more than twice the cost of this product, and found them to read more than 10% off when testing.

  • LG 337 - Once again, I am highly satisfied.

    I had ordered the gas cap and was so pleased with it I decided to order this product. Once again, I am highly satisfied. Fits great, looks great and is so much better than the plastic cap that was supplied by the manufacturer. I would highly recommend this product to anyone that has a RAM diesel.

  • J. Light - CALM NOW

    These capsules are easy to take with no bad smell or aftertaste. There are 60 capules in a bottle, the suggested dosage is 2 capsules with food everyday so this is a one month supply. It's important to know that St. John's Wort is an ingredient in this blend so if you take antidepressants, you need to be careful and/or check with your doctor. Obviously, supplements do work differently for every one. I am still in the early stages of taking these and I haven't felt a big difference yet, but it may take awhile. The ingredients are:

  • J. Randolph - The WaterPik NA-2 Gentle Sinus Rinse Attachment NOT compatible.

    I purchased this unit along with the recommended WaterPik NA2 Nasal Sinus Rinse Tip, which was advertised as being "Compatible with ALL WaterPik oral cleaning systems". There has been some debate regarding the compatibility of the WaterPik NA2 Nasal Sinus Rinse Tip with the Waterpik WP-100 Ultra Dental Water Jet.

  • D. Forrest - The most important part of Flying

    I remember missing a plane at age 8 while foreign airport security inspected my wallet for pennies. I cried and cried.

  • ercadm - The Best Router as of Dec 2014

    The Router Currently available (Dec 2014) but not without it's own issues! Just like owning a race car, you are going to find it requires much more 'tweaking' to take advantage of all the features, not to mention just finding the sweet spot for those not in to all the technical stuff. Yes, you can go pretty much fully "automatic" with this by right out of the box plug and play but you are going to find yourself in the Administration of each WAN/LAN and WIFI areas. Personally speaking, as an IT Professional, I have found the video streaming to be the biggest complaints (initially). Maybe I'm just old school, but I like "Manual" control over things just because I know what is going on, however with this router having the ability to utilize its 'ADAPTIVE QOS' it can make some serious improvements OVER TIME! The key here is TIME.. because it is monitoring things you can't expect instant solutions, as I have found utilizing my ROKU device while screaming at the TV every time Monday Night Football would start "buffering"..of course right when the play was on 1st and goal and it would return to the live stream after the touchdown has taken place.. but I digress..