An Analysis of Food Flavoring Regulation in China

1. GB 2760, GB 30616, GB 29924 are national standards related to regulation of food flavoring in China. 2. Manufacturers should pay attention to dosage, food flavoring with multiple functions, auxiliary materials, and label.

The regulatory scope of food flavorings in China refers to a group of substances that are added to food to impart, modify, or enhance the flavor of food. Food flavorings exclude substances which serve to impart sweet, sour or salty taste to foods, such as sugar, salt, vinegar, as well as food additives like sweetening agent. Based on source and manufacturing method, flavorings are classified into two categories, which are natural flavoring substance and synthetic flavoring substance.

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Yilia Ye
ChemLinked Regulatory Analyst
Having expertise in food regulation, and providing unique insight on key areas including dairy products, infant formula, cross border e-commerce and labeling.
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