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Imported food Chinese labeling requirements

According to the requirements of the "Chinese Food Safety Law", all imported food must have Chinese labeling, and the elements of the Chinese label must comply with the relevant label regulations and GB standards;
The Chinese labeling samples must be submitted to CIQ for inspection before customs clearance ;

China Food labeling regulations include :
  • "import and export pre-packaged food labeling inspection supervision and management regulations"
  • "Food nutrition label management Norms "
  • "Measures for the Supervision and Administration of Food Labeling¡±
    Related China national standards for Food labeling include:
  • GB 7718-2011 General Rules for the Labeling of Prepackaged Foods
  • GB 28050-2011 Standard for Nutrition Labelling of Prepackaged Foods
  • GB10344-2005 General standard for the labeling of prepackaged alcoholic beverage
  • GB13432-2013 Food Labeling of Prepackaged Special Diet
  • GB 29924-2013 General Standard for the Labeling of Food Additives

  • In view of the above, our import food chinese labeling and packaging compliance service items include:

    A. Chinese translation of Original package and label full text ;
    B. Assessment of Basic elements in the package and label ;
    C. Assessment of Advertising text in the package and label ;
    D. Assessment of Labeling text format in the package and label ;
    E. Assessment of Pictorial design in the package and label ;
    F. Assessment of Nutrition labeling in the package and label ;
    G. Assessment of Nutritional component function claims in the package and label;
    H. Basic Chinese label design;

    Risky Food Export to China Process
    In China, the imported food is divided into 4 risk levels from low to high : A, B, C, D ; Different levels of supervision are adopted for foods with different risk levels;

    The medium to high risky imported food categories include:Meat products, aquatic products, dairy products, sausage casings, bird nest products, bee products, egg products, edible oils and fats, oilseeds, stuffed wheaten products, edible grains, milled grain industry products and malt, fresh and dehydrated vegetables and dried beans, condiments, nuts and seeds, dried fruits, unroasted coffee beans and cocoa beans, foods for special dietary purposes, and health foods, Animal feed etc.









    In addition to the above-mentioned general food import procedures, the risky imported food also need to go through other government procedures of Manufacturer Registration / Certifcation, Pre-market approval of the product etc.
    The common China's government departments include :
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