Workshop—Updating New Chinese Labelling Regulations for Packaged Food Imports
It’s always challenging, but exciting to take on China as a new market when exporting products. Questions you might ask yourself are: how should I market the products; how should I price the products and what packaging should I use? An equally important question is, what quality regulations do I need to comply with? In fact, Chinese inspection authorities have stated that non-compliant labels are one of the biggest reasons for filing non-compliance reports.
In collaboration with CCIC, we are organising a workshop on 30 October in Wellington to provide an update on the latest Chinese labelling regulations for packaged food imports, with support from AJ Park.
China has cancelled the labelling registration requirements for first shipments of imported packaged foods effective from 1 October, 2019. Following this new regulation, companies are no longer required to file imported food labels to accompany the initial order. This will reduce the administrative burden on traders and speed up customs clearance. However, will there be any risks and challenges for packaged food importers?
Mr Stephen Xu, the manager of CCIC’s food department, will present at our workshop to explain the impact from this new regulation and share with us some “how to” advice in complying with Chinese labelling regulations.
Venue: AJ Park Wellington office (Level 22, Aon Centre, 1 Willis Street, Wellington)
Date: Wednesday 30 October, 2019
Time: 12.30 pm Registration and working lunch
1:30 pm–3.00 pm Presentations and Q&A, followed by networking
This is a free event.
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