The year 2021 witnessed many significant regulatory updates in the Asia-Pacific region. In China, several significant food standards were released, such as the new GB standard for infant formula milk powder. It is noteworthy that GACC released two important regulations regarding imported food as well. South Korea has many critical regulatory revisions in 2021, regarding labeling requirements, food raw material inventory and the HACCP accreditation for overseas Kimchi factories. Japan also adopted new food additives and labeling requirements in the past year.
Global food stakeholders need to stay vigilant to cope with frequent regulatory changes, effectively address compliance challenges, and aim for great success while shouldering their social responsibilities. Therefore, ChemLinked has prepared this report to provide an overview of revised and emerging food regulations in the Asia-Pacific region over the year and help our clients analyze key regulatory points.
Table of Contents:
Section 1 China
1. Import Performance
2. Regulations, GB standards and Drafts Unveiled in 2021
3. Regulatory Changes by Specific Food Sector
4. Significant updates in Hong Kong and Taiwan
Section 2 Pan Asia
1. South Korea
3. Significant Regulatory Updates in Southeast Asia
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