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A Look back at 2020 with ChemLinked: Food Regulation Updates
Jan 14, 2021
The year 2020 saw many significant regulatory updates in the Asia-Pacific region. In China drafts of several significant food regulations were released, such as the “Administrative Measures for Imported and Exported Foods Safety”, and “China Food Labeling Supervision Administrative Measures”. It is noteworthy that the regulation framework of health food in China was further completed and the administration is improved as well; in South Korea, the regulations of health functional food were updated and more novel food types were subject to supervision. New food labeling mechanism came into effect in Japan this year, and the FCM positive lists was also implemented.Global food stakeholders need to stay vigilant so as to cope with frequent regulatory changes, effectively address compliance challenges, and aim for great success while shouldering their social responsibilities. This report aims to provide an overview of revised and emerging food regulations in the Asia-Pacific region over the year and educate our clients on key regulatory points.
Hong Kong S.A.R.
Regulation & Standard
Guideline on China FCM Compliance and New FCS Application
Aug 30, 2019
This report provides a detailed analysis on China's FCM regulations and interpretate the manufacturers' obligations for product compliance.
Food Contact Materials
Exporting Food and Beverage to China: A Guide for Australian Business
Apr 09, 2019
Exporting food and beverage to China: A guide for Australian business provides an overview of the Chinese food and beverage sector, market trends, consumer profiles, distribution channels, key regulations, and how to use social media as a promotional and sales tool.
Regulation & Standard
Guideline on Complementary Food for Infant and Young Children in China
Dec 07, 2017
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.
Food for Special Dietary Use
China Blacklisted Imported Food Status Report 2016
Mar 14, 2017
This report was prepared based on the data of unqualified imported foods issued by AQSIQ in 2016.
How to Export Wine to China-Regulatory Compliance Guidance
Aug 30, 2016
Imported wine consumption in China has viewed booming growth in China over the past 5 years. To help overseas wine products to enter Chinese market smoothly, ChemLinked has prepared a compliance guidance covering pre-market preparation and clearance at Chinese border.
Exporting Honey Products to China: Regulatory Compliance Guidance
Aug 18, 2016
China consumers have kept strong consumption enthusiasm over imported high quality honey. However, with increasing compliance failures, the competent authority is trying to tighten up the import inspection and quarantine requirements. This report aims to provide a comprehensive regualtory overview for overseas exporters to understand their responsibilities before exporting products to China.
Honey & Honey Products
China Blacklisted Imported Food Status Report 2015
Mar 22, 2016
This report was prepared based on the data of unqualified imported foods issued by AQSIQ in 2015.
China Blacklisted Imported Food Status Report 2014
Feb 06, 2015
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.
Guideline for Exporting Olive Oil to China
Sep 03, 2014
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.
Fats & Oils
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