Solutions for Entering into
Southeast Asia Countries
As Southeast Asia's economy growth keeps attracting people’s attention, and the demand for consumer products continues to grow. Southeast Asia has been bringing lucrative opportunity for foreign manufacturers.

ChemLinked is providing a variety of market entry services to help stakeholders better understand exporting requirements, establish business and secure a competitive place to facilitate trade development.
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  • Vietnam
  • Thailand
  • Indonesia
  • Singapore
  • Malaysia
  • Philippines
  • Cosmetics
  • Pre-packaged Food
  • Wine & Beverage
  • Health Supplements
  • Dairy Products
  • Fresh Food
Regulatory Monitoring Service
  • Officially regulations & standards
  • Market access news tracking
  • Product recall monitoring
  • Industry dynamic status
  • Black-lists of imported products
  • Emergency alerts
  • Other noteworthy information
To ensure stakeholders respond to the regulatory and market changes timely by customized monitoring report
Regulatory Investigation and Advisory Service
  • Pre-assessment report for product registration
  • Comparison of regulatory systems of multiple countries
  • Interpretation of regulatory updates and future trends
  • Analysis of production process compliance points
  • Import & export compliance report
To help stakeholders understand the regulatory requirements and grasp the compliance issues in the import process clearly and comprehensively.
Product Registration Service
  • Product notification & registration
  • Review & compilation of PIF
  • Product compliance review (formula, label, claim assessment, etc.)
  • Legal representative service
To assist stakeholders in the product importation process through our extensive compliance experience and global resources.
Customized Training
  • Expert analysis for specific regulation
  • Tutorial guide for importation procedure
  • Market overview & demand analysis
  • Practical experience & case sharing
To help stakeholders develop a systematic, comprehensive and customized training program, and to help enterprises better understand the regulatory requirements.
  • Global Food Regulation Highlights | November 2022
    Dec 02, 2022
    In November of 2022, China consulted on the Labeling Guideline of Foods for Special Medical Purposes. South Korea revised the Recommended Daily Nutrient Intake Value. Japan proposed to amend Import Plant Quarantine Requirements. Singapore revised the import requirements for specific ready-to-eat food. India issued the draft of the Food Safety and Standards (Genetically Modified Foods) Regulations. EU proposed a revision on Packaging and Waste Directive. The U.S. FDA amended the Color Additive Regulations. Canada amended the Table of Reference Amounts for Food. Australia and New Zealand permitted the use of Alpha-Amylase from the GM Bacillus Licheniformis as processing aid.
  • Singapore Revises the Import Requirements for Specific Ready-to-eat Food, Including Infant Formula
    Nov 28, 2022
    On November 21, 2022, Singapore Food Agency (SFA) amended the Import Requirements of Specific Food Products. The revisions involve the microbiological test requirements for importing the following ready-to-eat (RTE) food: a. infant formula b. traditional cakes & nasi lemak
  • Malaysia Allows Active Ingredients Claimed on the Label of Health Supplements to Be “Quantified by Input”
    Nov 16, 2022
    On November 9, 2022, the NPRA of the Ministry of Health Malaysia issued a "Guidance on the Acceptance Criteria of Quantification by Input (QBI) of Active Ingredients Claimed on Label of Traditional Medicine and Health Supplement (TMHS) Products".
  • Philippines Revises Guidelines for Prepackaged Processed Food Products Containing Trans-Fatty Acids (TFA)
    Nov 04, 2022
    On October 27, 2022, the Philippines FDA announced to amend FDA Circular 2021-028 entitled Guidelines for Prepackaged Processed Food Products Containing Trans-Fatty Acids (TFA). The Circular aims to eliminate the industrially-produced Trans-Fatty Acids (TFA) in the Philippines food supply chain by 18 June 2023.
  • Global Food Regulation Highlights | October 2022
    Nov 02, 2022
    In October of 2022, China proposed to add Ginseng, American Ginseng, and Lingzhi to Health Food Raw Material Directory. South Korea published the modifications in Food Code. Japan revised the Ordinance for Enforcement of the Food Sanitation Act. Indonesia drafted new regulation for processed food registration. Thailand unveiled the exposure drafts of five food regulations. Singapore updated the List of New Farms and Establishments Approved to Export to Singapore. Philippines proposed to revise Guidelines on the Unified Licensing Requirements and Procedures. India mandated the rules for foreign food manufacturing facilities of five food categories to register with FSSAI. EU amended regulation as regards maximum levels of dioxins and dioxin-like PCBs in certain foodstuffs. The U.S. announced to remove the dual labeling requirements for certain packages of meat and poultry products. Canada seeks approval for the use of alpha-cyclodextrin. Australia and New Zealand consulted on the use of alpha-amylase.
In force
Type: Guideline
Release Date : 2022-11-01
Implementation Date : 2022-11-01
File Language : ms
In force
Type: Regulation
Release Date : 2022-10-25
Implementation Date : 2022-10-25
File Language : enms
In force
Type: Regulation
Release Date : 2022-09-26
Implementation Date : 2022-10-03
File Language : en
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