This webinar is organized by Estonia-Asia Trade Agency | EASi Aasia keskus together with Chemlinked by Reach24H.
Breif description of the webinar:
As the largest consumers market for F&B products, the Chinese market offers plenty of opportunities to overseas companies. However, the highly demanding regulatory environment may represent a market access challenge.
Estonia-Asia Trade Agency China Expert will give a brief overview of the F&B market in China and will be followed by Regulatory Consultant from Chemlinked by Reach24H Ms Peng, who is going to talk about at the product compliance differences between regular food and special food and will go through the considerations to be made when assessing the market feasibility. Moreover, Ms Peng will share case studies of non-compliant products and niche segments such as functional foods, baby food, dairy and meat product as well as beverages.
Pre-registration to attend the webinar is required, please register HERE.
Agenda of the webinar:
|10-10.15||A brief overview of the F&B market|
|10.15-11.15||Introduction of Anne Peng, Regulatory Consultant at Reach24H
Regular food supervision
Special food supervision
Data sharing: non-compliant foods rejected by China customs
Case studies: compliance risks in several niche segments
What we could learn from the latest “formulated dairy beverage” scandal?
Regulatory consultant | Consumer Product Division
REACH24H Consulting Group China
As a third-party compliant consultant, our team are dedicated to helping international brands get their food products (including dairy products, baby food, snacks, nutrition, functional foods, beverages, meat products etc.) comply with China regulations and achieve market goals by premarket compliance management and post-market alert and compliance review. In short, we prevent imported foods from being rejected at ports by China customs and being recalled or compliant due to non-compliance priorities and labeling, advertising. We have helped many reputable international food manufacturers and exporters expedite China technical trade barriers and are collaborating with business chambers and associates around the globe.
Participation in the webinar is FREE of charge for the companies.
Pre-registration to attend the webiar is required, please register HERE.
The seminar is funded by the European Regional Development Fund.