Comparative Analysis: China’s Old and New Food Additive Standards: GB 2760-2011 and GB 2760-2014

Emily Xu
Wednesday , 18th Mar 2015
REACH24H Consulting Group China

On the last day of 2014, China's NHFPC officially finalized the draft version of  China's most significant food additive standard “GB 2760-2014 National Food Safety Standard Standard for Uses of Food Additives”, which will come into force from 24 May 2015 replacing the current 2011 version. Various amendments have been incorporated into the newly updated standard. To help food companies understand the new regulatory requirements that will be introduced under GB 2760-2014, our senior food regulatory analyst Emily Xu will present a comparative analysis of the new regulation and old regulation, overviewing the broad differences in regulatory framework and detailing any new market access requirements under GB 2760-2014.

  • The revision background for GB 2760

  • Comparison between the existing GB 2760-2011 and GB 2760-2014

    • Application scope

    • Standard structure

    • Detailed analysis on content adjustments  

  • Compliance advices under the new GB 2760-2014 for different roles

    • Overseas food manufacturers or exporters

    • Overseas food additive manufacturers or exporters

    • Relevant food enterprises  

  • English version of GB 2760-2014 prepared by ChemLinked

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  • Senior Food regulatory affairs specialist
    Emily is one of the senior regulatory experts in the food compliance team of REACH24H. REACH24H's food compliance team is a multidisciplinary team composed of food technologists, toxicologists, nutritionists, chemists, regulatory analysts and language experts with vast insight and practical experience dealing with Chinese regulatory obligations.