According to statistics released by KOSTAT, the amount of food imported by South Korea has increased every year translating to an average growth rate of 10.9 percent in the past decade.
This webinar will give an overview of Korean regulatory compliance requirements and outline the mandatory steps and protocols during the food importation process, including registration of foreign food facilities, registration of importers, import declaration and requirements on food traceability.
- Imported Food Volume in S. Korea
- Management on Imported Food and Importation Procedure
2. Compliance Requirements Prior to Importation
- Registration of Foreign Food Facilities
- Registration of Importing Business
3. Compliance Requirements during Customs Clearance
- Import Declaration
4. Compliance Requirements on Distribution
- Traceability of Imported Food
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Overseas food manufacturers and exporters;
- Any food companies interested in South Korea's food market.
Lorraine T.S. Li
Korea Regulatory Analyst & Editor at ChemLinked
Lorraine T.S. Li is a specialist in Korea Food & Cosmetic laws and regulations. She is an experienced consultant working with the Chemlinked department of REACH24H Consulting Group. Lorraine’s main responsibility is analyzing and reporting on K-Food and K-Beauty regulatory updates.
|Time (China standard time)||Language||World clock|
|Session 1||10:00-11:00 Dec. 12, 2019||English||Melbourne: 13:00-14:00|
|Session 2||21:30-22:30 Dec. 12, 2019||Paris: 15:30-16:30|
New York: 9:30-10:30
The webinar will be delivered twice to facilitate the attendance of audiences from different time zones.
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