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        Compliance Key Points of Exporting Beverage to China

        Nov. 25th, 2021

        Jerry Wang

        Free


        Background


        As one of the most significant sectors of China’s economy, the food and beverage manufacturing industry has grown steadily for decades driven by the growth of population and income, which leads China to remain the largest beverage producer, consumer and importer.

        Attracted by the overwhelming demand and opportunities, worldwide beverage manufacturers are jostling to enter the Chinese market. However, there are still challenges beneath the booming market. Even a small mistake may fail the market access. In this webinar, the speaker will first give an overview of China’s beverage market and share the latest market trends. Then he will help you navigate the access requirements by four points. At the end of the webinar, a summary and suggestions will be provided for stakeholders.

        Contents


        Beverage market opportunities in China

        • Booming market size
        • The growing trend

        Point 1: Figure out your product classification

        • Introduction to China food classification system
        • Steps to classify your products correctly
        • Matters need attention

        Point 2: Check the food ingredient

        • Choose the proper ingredient for beverage
        • Case study: herb beverage and sugar choose

        Point 3: Understand China’s labeling requirements

        • General labeling and claims requirements for beverage
        • Additional requirements for fruit, tea, solid and sugar control beverage, etc.

        Point 4: Avoid the advertising pitfalls

        • Food advertising regulations
        • Cases for illegal beverage advertisement

        Summary & suggestions

        • Top reasons caused import failure
        • Solutions and suggestions

        Schedule


        Date Time (GMT+8) World Clock Language
        2021-11-25 16:00 ~ 17:00 UK: 08:00-09:00 English

        Speakers


        Jerry Wang

        ChemLinked Regulatory Analyst

        Jerry Wang is a food regulatory analyst and news editor working at Chemlinked. He keeps a close eye on the food regulation dynamics around Asia Pacific Regions and has deep understanding of food market access requirements of China. The fields he skilled in include the import of prepackaged food, food ingredient compliance and label

        Contact Us


        If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us!

        Tel: +86 (0) 571 8609 4444

        Email: contact@chemlinked.com

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