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China Blacklisted Imported Food Status Report 2014

  •   8 Feb 2018
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    • China Blacklisted Imported Food Status Report 2014

    • Update date: 2019-01-22
    • Publish date: 2015-02-06
    • Language: English
    • Format: Electronic Edition (Adobe PDF)
    • Pages: 37
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    The black-listed annual report shares with domestic and foreign food companies the main reasons that businesses fail to comply with the latest food regulations, as well as the suggestions on how to deal with common problems when exporting food products.  


    • Foreword 
    • Chapter 1 Blacklisted Food Status for Imported Food
      • 1.1 Notification numbers of non-compliant products
      • 1.2 Notification by continent 
      • 1.3 Notifications by categories of food 
    • Chapter 2 Top 10 with the most non-complaint notifications
      • China Taiwan 
      • America
      • France
      • Italy
      • Thailand 
      • Malaysia
      • South Korea
      • Germany 
      • Australia 
      • Spain 
      • Expert suggestions
    • Chapter 3 Blacklisted Food Status for Domestic Food
      • 3.1 Notifications by product category 
    • Annex I The Rapid Alert for Food and Feed in EU 
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