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How to Design a Compliant Chinese Label for Prepackaged Foods

  •   8 Mar 2018
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Yilia Ye

Yilia is an experienced food regulation analyst at REACH24h. Her broad experience in the food sector in China, particularly in food regulation has afforded her unique insight on key areas including dairy products, infant formula, cross border e-commerce, labeling and product registration. 


Data shows that non-compliant labels are the most significant reason for consignments being rejected by Chinese authorities during customs and quarantine clearance at ports. These occurrences result in considerable financial losses to international stakeholders. This course has been developed to offer training on food labeling requirements in China. Apart from some general requirements like language, font height, the speaker will illustrate requirements on mandatory labeling items, such as nutrition information, production and shelf life. In addition, some special labeling requirements are introduced, including infant formula and wine labeling requirements.

Topics include

1. China Food Labeling Regulatory Framework

2. Regulatory Requirements of Chinese Food Label

3. How to Design a Compliant Chinese Label

4. China Food & Beverage Labeling Suggestions

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EMAIL: food@chemlinked.com

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Tags covered in this course

China Prepackaged Food Food Labeling
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