On the 8th October, CIRS Europe will join with the Dublin Chamber of Commerce on hosting a free webinar on the topic of Chinese Food Regulations which apply to Pre-packaged General Foods.
This is the second time this year that a European association requested CIRS to provide training on Chinese food regulations. Dublin Chamber of Commerce, founded in 1783, is the largest and most influential B2B networking organisation in Dublin. It represents over 1,300 businesses throughout the greater Dublin region. CIRS Europe is delighted to work together with the Dublin Chamber on Asian regulation compliance.
In line with many other countries, the Chinese authorities have introduced further regulations surrounding imported food due to concerns over safety, health, and nutrition.
These regulations apply to foreign exporters, as well as the products they supply, the ingredients they use in their products, and the content of their labels. It’s crucial that exporters entering the Chinese market for the first time assess not only the potential sales value but also the regulatory barriers they face.
Determining what regulations apply to your company, your products and how to comply with these regulations can be difficult and time-consuming. Failure to understand and comply with regulations can have costly repercussions.
Following the presentation from our specialist adviser, we will also have a Q&A section where we will answer questions directly from companies registered for this event.
Time and Schedule
8 Oct. 2020
- Chinese food regulatory framework
- Prepackaged general food categories in China
- Relevant regulations and authorities
- Regulatory compliance procedures for imported prepackaged general food
- Case study
Ran Liu, Food Regulatory Consultant
Ms. Ran Liu graduated from University College Dublin with a MEngSc degree, majoring in Food Engineering. She has an extensive background in food ingredients, regulations, and process engineering. After joining the CIRS Group, she focuses on the food, health food, and Foods for Special Medical Purpose (FSMP). She currently works for CIRS Europe and responsible for providing food regulatory technical support for the European food and food-related companies.
Note: You will receive a link one week and one day before the webinar starts. By clicking that link, you shall be able to join our webinar automatically. Please note that space is strictly limited to a maximum of 100 attendee
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