China’s food import and export market is continuously growing, with New Zealand as the most prominent exporter of food goods to China, estimating around $8.18 billion, followed by Australia and Thailand. Meat, fish and dairy products are the three most common imports, with meat products being the highest.
Since January 1st, 2022, all overseas food producing, processing and storage companies must comply with the new registration regulations at the General Administration of Customs in China (GACC). Foreign companies who export food to China must now go through two different procedures; high-risk food producers will have to register with China Customs via foreign authorities and other food producers will have to submit registration applications directly to Chinese Customs, without a third-party.
In this webinar, you will see:
- Understanding the China food import and export market
- Learn more about the update of the new 2022 Regulations
- Gain knowledge into the changes of the regulations and what the new labelling requirements are
- Find out more about how to equip your business with the best customs tips
Time (10am Hong Kong Time)
25th November 2021
9:00 am – 10:00 am
Food Trade Manager, HQTS
Trade Commissioner- Southern China, New Zealand Trade & Enterprise (NZTE)
If you have any questions regarding the webinar, please contact us at:
Telephone: +86 400 611 2125