1. Home
  2. Report

Guideline for Exporting Olive Oil to China

  •   8 Feb 2018
  •    Yilia Ye
  •   Post a comment
    • Guideline for Exporting Olive Oil to China

    • Update date: 2014-09-03
    • Publish date: 2014-09-03
    • Language: English
    • Format: Electronic Edition (Adobe PDF)
    • Pages: 23
    • Price: $245  (Free for premium members)

    For premium members of ChemLinked Food Portal, please feel free to click the “download” button to download the report.
    For free members of ChemLinked Food Portal, please purchase it directly or consider upgrading to be our premium members who enjoy full access to all news, foodpedia, analysis & reports, database, F-lists, CNPD and webinars.
    Click “Our Service” to learn more benefits.


    This guideline aims to give companies and individuals in charge of exporting Olive Oil to China a comprehensive overview of the export procedures, regulatory responsibilities and market requirements throughout the olive oil supply chain. The guideline serves as a reference and practical checklist for olive oil regulatory compliance in China and can aid in designing an efficient premarket approval strategy for olive oil in China.


    Chapter 1 Background

    Marketing introduction. 

    Market analysis based on classification. 

    Chapter 2 Supply Chain framework and explanation of each role in the process

    Supply chain framework. 

    Definition and obligation of each role

    Chapter 3 Checklist

    Chapter 4 Unqualified cases and handling practices

    Chapter 5 Interpretation of GB 7718-2011 and specific labeling regulations of GB 23347-2009

    GB 7718-2011: General Standard for the Labeling of Prepackaged Foods. 

    GB 23347-2009 Olive oil and olive-pomace oil 

    Appendix 1 The tax rate, declaration, regulations and inspection of each category of olive oil 

    COPYRIGHT: You may circulate web links to the web and contents, but they are intended for your personal, non-commercial use only. For other use of any materials, you can contact with editor@chemlinked.com to seek consent. Find out more about our copyright policy here.
    CORRECTIONS: we do our utmost to provide you with accurate information. However sometimes errors slip under the radar. If you notice any errors contact us on: editor@chemlinked.com
    Content sharing or co-authoring: just send messages to our editor team.