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China Infant Formula: Guidance for Infant Formula Recipe Registration (Series 1)

  •   10 Oct 2016
  •    Rachel Shen
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    Administrative Measures for Registration of Infant and Young Children Milk Powder Formula Recipes” was finalized in June and a grace period has been granted for formal implementation until Jan. 1, 2018. At the meantime, two supplementary documents in support of infant formula recipe registration have been drafted including the requirements for registration dossiers and field inspection.

    A webinar series covering two sections will be hosted by Chemlinked to help the global infant formula enterprises understand the new requirements for China infant formula registration and its great impact on the whole industry.

    The first webinar is aimed to introduce the overall infant formula regulatory system in China as well as the infant formula standard system, and interpret infant formula recipe registration requirements, including the requirements for product formula, nutrition facts, labeling information, etc.


    • Overview of China infant formula regulatory system
    • Introduction of infant formula standard system
    • Comprehensive interpretation of infant formula recipe registration
    • Influence on overseas infant formula traded through cross border e-commerce


    Ms. Summer Jiang, Food Regulatory Analyst

    REACH24H Consulting Group

    Ms. Summer Jiang obtained Master’s degree from the University of Leicester in management and bachelor degree from East China University of Science and Technology in food science and technology.

    She has extensive knowledge on regulations of food contact material, infant formula, food for special medical purpose and provides consultation service for ChemLinked members.


    Who should attend?

    • Overseas infant formula manufacturers and exporters targeting at Chinese market
    • Any food companies concerned with infant formula regulations at home and abroad

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