China’s Important Food Regulatory Updates in 2015 (ChemLinked Annual Regulatory Report)

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    • China’s Important Food Regulatory Updates in 2015 (ChemLinked Annual Regulatory Report)

    • Author :ChemLinked Food Portal
    • Language:EN
    • Format:Electronic Edition (Adobe PDF)
    • Pages:49
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    • Publish date :2016-01-05
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    This report provides an overview of the food regulatory framework in China under the new Food Safety Law. In addition, it also interprets regulatory changes in specific sectors, such as health food, infant formula, medical foods, imported foods and foods sold through crossborder ecommerce. 


    • China’s New Food Safety Law
    • New Licensing of Food Production and Food Operation
    • Health Food Registration 
    • Food for Special Medical Purpose (FSMP) Registration 
    • Infant Formula Registration 
    • New Food Labeling Requirements 
    • Food Additives
    • Food Contact Materials
    • Food E-Commerce Policies 
    • Other important updates that will heavily impact food importation
      • The upgraded AQSIQ filing management systems for manufacturers, importers and exporters
      • Imported foods shall comply with national food safety standards
      • Registration of Overseas Food Manufacturers
      • Importer’s Audit of Overseas Food Exporters and Manufacturers
      • Tiered Management of Imported Food
    • Appendix: National Food Safety Standards (drafts) published in 2015 by NHFPC