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Interpretation on China's New Food Safety Law and Cross-Border E-Commerce Policies

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    • Interpretation on China's New Food Safety Law and Cross-Border E-Commerce Policies
      中国食品安全法和跨境电商等相关政策解读

    • Author: REACH24H CONSULTING GROUP
    • Update date: 2016-01-11
    • Publish date: 2016-01-11
    • Language: English
    • Format: Electronic Edition (Adobe PDF)
    • Pages: 194
    • Price: $99  $50 (Free for premium members)

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    Introduction

    The report consists of a series of PPTs presented by China food regulatory specialists and government officials on the China Food Regulatory Affairs Seminar 2015 hosted by REACH24H Consulting Group in Nov 2015 in USA. 

    Contents

    It includes the following topics:

    1. A Brief Introduction to China New Food Safety Law
    2. China New Food Addition & New Food Raw Material Registration Requirements 
    3. China Food Contact Material Regulation Introduction 
    4. An Interpretation of China New Food Safety Law 
    5. Food Import Procedure & CIQ Requirements in China 
    6. China Food Label Regultion Analysis & Supervision Requirements
    7. Cross Border E-Commerce Policy in China 
    8. Market Supervision for Imported Foods in China 
    9. New Food Additive & New Food Raw Material Registration in China 
    10. China Health Food Regulations under the New Food Safety Law 
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