Guideline on Complementary Food for Infant and Young Children in China

  •   7 Dec 2017
  •    Yilia Ye
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    • Guideline on Complementary Food for Infant and Young Children in China
      中国婴幼儿辅食概览

    • Author: Yilia Ye (ChemLinked)
    • Update date: 2017-12-07
    • Publish date: 2017-12-07
    • Language: English
    • Format: Electronic Edition (Adobe PDF)
    • Pages: 21
    • Price: $239  (Free for premium members)

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    Introduction

    Complementary baby food is a supplement to satisfy infants’ nutrition demands starting from 6 months. According to statistics, 50 million babies need complementary food annually in China. Due to implementation of "two-child” policy in 2016, the baby boom will inevitably boost consumption and precipitate further growth in the complementary food market in China. In order to help you have an in-depth understanding, this article provides a comprehensive look at relevant regulations, compliance requirements, market data and other issues related to complementary baby food in China.

    Contents

    1 Introduction
    2 Market of complementary baby food in China
    2.1 Cereal-based complementary food
    2.2 Overseas brands dominate China’s complementary baby food market
    3 Regulation requirements of complementary baby food in China
    3.1 Raw materials 
    3.2 Food additives 
    3.3 Food flavoring substance 
    3.4 Nutritional fortification substances 
    3.5 Label identification
    4 How to export complementary baby food to China
    4.1 Importing procedure 
    4.2 Import tariff