Food Compliance
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Navigating the Animal Feed Regulations and Registration in China

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Lennie Tao
Thursday , 20th Jun 2024

As per China Chamber of Commerce of I/E of Foodstuffs, Native Produce and Animal By-products (CFNA), China's animal feed imports totaled USD 8.351 billion from January to December 2023, a 1.13% decrease year-over-year. However, the import volume increased by 6.68% to 13.0937 million tons during the same period. The top 10 exporting countries to China accounted for 74.36% of the total import value. The United States, Ukraine, Canada, Peru, Vietnam, Russia, Indonesia, Thailand, Bulgaria, and India comprised this influential supplier group.

Understanding local regulations and navigating the evolving policies will be crucial for feed producers, importers, and others looking to capitalize on opportunities within the Chinese market. To help stakeholders enter China’s feed market, ChemLinked organized this webinar, which will decode the regulations regarding animal feed, not only limited to pet food.

Please note that the webinar livestreaming is freely available to all users. You are welcome to register for and participate in the webinar. Kindly be aware that the access to the slides, recording, and Q&A collection is limited to ChemLinked premium members only [Upgrade now].


1. Framework of feed regulations in China

2. Product compliance

   -Hygiene requirement

   -Labeling requirement

3. Steps to complete MoARA registration

   -Needed materials

   -Suggestions and explanation to needed materials

   -Where to submit the application

4. Importation requirements via general trade

5. QA session

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  • ChemLinked Regulatory Analyst
    Lennie Tao is a food regulatory analyst working at ChemLinked. Her broad experience in the food sector in China has afforded her unique insights on key areas, including dairy, infant formula and health food. She is a regular attendee of China special food training forums and has delivered speeches in industry conferences, workshops held by embassies, consulates and agencies (e.g. Usapang Exports held by the Philippine Department of Trade and Industry in 2021), etc. Email:
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