China’s New Labeling Requirements for Imported Food in 2022
Dec 07, 2021
With the implementation of the new “Administrative Measures on Safety of Import and Export Food” approaching, three categories of imported food will face new labeling requirements soon.
On April 13 2021, General Administration of Customs of China (GACC) issued the latest version of "Administrative Measures on Safety of Import and Export Food" (hereafter as the "Measures"), which will take effect on January 1, 2022. Later on November 5, 2021, GACC released a follow-up document as the interpretation for the Measures. Among many critical changes brought by the Measures, new labeling requirements are of top priority for stakeholders to keep an eye on. As it is only one step away from 2022, ChemLinked sums up the upcoming new labeling requirements for three categories of imported food to China.
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