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Free Webinar: Introduction to the Application of Genetically Modified Food Ingredients in China, Europe and the United States (June 27)

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In 2021, Chinese authorities opened the registration channel for new food additives involving genetically modified microorganisms, known in the industry as “synthetic biology”. This move was considered a milestone breakthrough in the fields of “three new foods” in China. In 2022, the authorities issued a document aimed at bolstering the bioeconomy. At present, favorable policies supporting synthetic biology technology have been implemented across China, and it is anticipated that application channels for new food raw materials related to genetically modified microorganisms will soon be opened.

However, as early as 2021, Europe and the United States have begun to approve genetically modified food ingredients. Since then, many genetically modified food ingredients have received approval from European and American authorities. Currently, most companies dealing in genetically modified food ingredients are aiming to enter major global markets, including China, the United States, and Europe.

In order to help enterprises better understand the application of GM food raw materials in Europe, China, and the United States, CIRS is launching this webinar to introduce the application process and materials required, and share our experiences.

Presentation Focus

  • Regulatory background and ingredients definition;
  • Application process and timeframe;
  • Application materials; and
  • Approval of popular ingredients

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Hui Xu

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Jessie Shen

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Mr. Hui Xu, Senior Food Regulatory Consultant, CIRS China

Mr. Hui Xu has a deep understanding of food regulations both domestically and internationally, with over 6 years of experience in regulatory compliance. He has extensive experience in new food raw materials and new food additives registration in China, and is well versed in the management and registration of food ingredients in Europe and the United States. Being proficient in Japanese, he focuses on providing food-related compliance services for Japanese enterprises.

Ms. Jessie Shen, Senior Food Regulatory Consultant, CIRS China

Ms. Jessie Shen has a master’s degree in Advanced Chemical Engineering from the University of Manchester. She is familiar with food and food contact material industry. She focuses on health food, foods for special medical purpose (FSMP), food ingredient and food contact materials regulatory compliance and has more than 8 years of experience in providing professional consultation for overseas enterprises. She has been assisting hundreds of overseas enterprises to ensure their compliance with Chinese regulations.


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 attendees.

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