Special Food Ingredients in China: Regulatory Requirements & Case study

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Lennie Tao
Tuesday , 25th Jun 2019
REACH24H Consulting Group China
Background

On October 25th, 2016, the State Council in China launched the Healthy China Plan 2030. In line with the ambitious targets of the plan to drastically improve the health of the Chinese populace by 2030 and reduce China's burden of disease (particurly chronic disease with a dietary components in the etiology), special foods (health foods, food for special medical purposes, infant formula, etc.) are garnering increased attention and emerging as an important adjunct in the fight against China's impending health crisis.

The commercialization of R&D outcomes in the special foods sector creates a rapidly evolving market environment with new ingredients (HMO,CBD) and new trends (plant based, keto) constantly shaping both consumer preference and product development. During the webinar we will explore details on regulatory requirements of ingredients used in special food, focusing on infant formula, health food, FSMP and will present market information and administration of the various sectors.

Contents

1. Special food market in China
2. Overview of special food supervision in China
3. Regulatory requirements for special food ingredients

  • Ingredients used in infant formula

  • Ingredients used in health food

  • Ingredients used in food for special medical purpose

4. Q&A session

Speaker
  • ChemLinked Regulatory Analyst
    Lennie Tao is a food regulatory affairs news editor working at ChemLinked. She graduated from Sichuan International Studies University with a master's degree. Lennie has a vast array of experience and is a regular attendee of China special food training programs and forums. Lennie has a broad range of experience in the food sector, and also has a great understanding of China infant formula regulatory requirements and China health food regulatory requirements.