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Labeling
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  • China Notifies Draft Nutrition Labeling Regulation TOP
    Date: 01/23/2008 ~ 01/01/1900
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  • China to attach inspection and quarantine labels for food exports TOP
    Date: 07/27/2007 ~ 01/01/1900
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    Highlight: This is an unofficial translation of an announcement by China's General Administration for Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) stating that the quarantine agency will be affixing inspection and quarantine labels to packages of all food products destined for export beginning September 1, 2007.
  • General Rule for Restricting Excessive Packaging (draft for comment) TOP
    Date: 07/03/2007 ~ 01/01/1900
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    Highlight: This is an UNOFFICIAL translation of a draft national standard on General Rules for Restricting Excessive Packaging, which was published by the Standardization Administration of China for public comment. The impact of the proposed standard on trade is unclear.
  • Administrative Measures on Agricultural Product Packaging and Labeling TOP
    Date: 02/13/2007 ~ 01/01/1900
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    Highlight: This is an UNOFFICIAL translation of the Administrative Measures on Agricultural Product Packaging and Labeling, which was published by the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture. The regulation governs packaging and labeling of domestically produced farm products. This regulation is not expected to impact trade.
  • China Streamlines Food Label Approval Process TOP
    Date: 04/20/2006 ~ 01/01/1900
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    Highlight: On March 27, 2006, China¡¯s General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection, and Quarantine (AQSIQ) announced that, effective April 1, 2006, it would no longer require a separate approval process for labels used on imported and exported foods and cosmetics. Approval of the label will be conducted as part of the import inspection at the port of entry. This report is a free UNOFFICIAL translation provided for the benefit of U.S. exporters by the USDA FAS Agricultural Affairs Office in Beijing.
  • Labeling of Prepackaged Foods for Special Dietary Uses (Draft)|Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards - Certification|Beijing|China - Peoples Republic of|1/18/2013 TOP
    Date: 01/01/1900 ~ 01/01/1900
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    Highlight: On August 27, 2012, Ministry of Health issued the National Food Safety Standard- Labeling of Prepackaged Foods for Special Dietary Uses (Draft) for public comments. The New standard replaces GB 13432-2004 ¡°General Standards for Labeling of Prepackaged Foods for Special Dietary Uses¡±, and main changes include: Definition of special dietary foods is revised, fundamental requirements are revised, partial requirements for labeling contents are revised, and appendix A of the 2004 standard is deleted...
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