Flavor & Fragrance Regulation in China

China plans to reform flavor and fragrance regulations which will include compilation of a negative list of banned ingredients and implementation of mandatory GMP requirements for food additives.

The 6th China International Flavor and Fragrance Summit 2018 concluded on May 18th of this year. During the two-day conference, Wang Huali, senior employee from CFSA National Food Safety Standard Review Board gave a speech titled “Current Situation and Progress in the Management of Food Flavors and Fragrances in China” in which she overviewed recent progress and outlined current and future regulation of flavor and fragrances in China.

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Anne Peng
Food Consultant at Reach24H Consulting Group
Expertise in Chinese food regulations and import issues and with insights into the market, especially in those sectors: dairy products, baby foods, beverages, health and nutrition foods.
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