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China: Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards - Narrative

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China Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards - Narrative
Report Highlights
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This report is an index of all agricultural product import regulations and standards translated and published by the Agricultural Affairs Office at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing through July 2010. Updated sections include: food laws, labeling requirements, food additive regulations, pesticides and other contaminants, multiple commodity regulations, and commodity specific regulations.

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This report is the China Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards (FAIRS) Working Index. It is a working index of all regulations and standards pertaining to food and agricultural imports that have been translated by the Agricultural Affairs Office of the U.S. Embassy in Beijing. Each
regulation and standard is now contained in a separate report on the GAIN system. These reports can be accessed on the Foreign Agricultural Service web site at "www.fas.usda.gov" under the Attaché Reports section. Readers can search for reports of interest by name or document number (CHXXXX).

Please check the FAS web site periodically for the most current FAIRS Working Index. Changes since the last Working Index are noted with an asterisk ―*‖ and are in red font.

Please note that these translations are UNOFFICIAL and should be used as guidelines only. Exporters are advised to thoroughly discuss all regulatory and implementation details with their PRC customers, and to keep in mind that the Chinese regulatory system is not always predictable. Many regulations are short on detail, and interpretations can differ from port to port and from government ministry to ministry.

The date next to the report is the publication date of the Chinese version that has been translated. For answers to specific questions, U.S. exporters are encouraged to contact any of the FAS offices in China, or the Foreign Agricultural Service in Washington, DC. Contact Information is on the following page.

 
 
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