Exporting Food to China? FDA Takes Steps to Facilitate China’s New Facility Registration Requirements
By NNR USA In USA Trade Alerts On 16th December 2021
The FDA is asking establishments currently exporting certain food products to China to voluntarily submit information. The FDA is making this request as a precaution against potential trade disruption, following new registration requirements effective Jan 1, 2022, of food products exported to China.
In April 2021, China's General Administration of Customs (GACC) announced new registration requirements that affect all overseas food manufacturers, processors, and storage facilities of food products exported to China.
More information can be found on the FDA website, FDA Takes Steps to Facilitate the Export of Food under China's New Facility Registration Requirements - Decree 248