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FDA commonly refers to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, an agency responsible for the control and safety of food and drugs.
FDA may also refer to:
In government and law
- Flag Desecration Amendment, a proposed amendment to the United States Constitution
- Food and Drugs Act, an Act of the Parliament of Canada regarding the production, import, export, transport, and sale of food, drugs, contraceptive devices and cosmetics
In mathematics, science and technology
- Fluorescein diacetate, a non-fluorescent substrate (see fluorescein diacetate hydrolysis)
- Forensic data analysis a branch of digital forensics
- Functional data analysis
- Fisher discriminant analysis
In media and entertainment
- Front Deutscher Äpfel (FDÄ or FDA), a German parody movement
- FDA (trade union), a British trade union for senior civil servants (formerly Association of First Division Civil Servants)
- Faisalabad Development Authority, a regulatory body of construction and development in Faisalabad, Pakistan
- Florida Dental Association, USA
- Fórum Democrático Angolano, Portuguese name for the Angolan Democratic Forum, a former political party
- Fuji Dream Airlines (ICAO airline code FDA), a commercial airline company based in Shizuoka Airport Japan
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