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The Food Safety Management System in |FAIRS Subject Report|Beijing|China - Peoples Republic of|5/1/2013

The political toll and economic backlash from a history of food safety scandals have influenced an ongoing evolution in China��s food safety management system. A lack of coordination amongst regulators and inconsistencies in the development, interpretation, and enforcement of food safety standards weakened regulatory oversight and created systemic vulnerabilities...
The Food Safety Management System in _Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_4-26-2013

Administrative Measures for National Food Safety Standards|Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards - Narrative|Beijing|China - Peoples Republic of|3/15/2013

The 2009 Food Safety Law charged the Ministry of Health with the unification of existing national food safety standards and creation of new ones.  On October 20, 2010, Ministry of Health issued the Administrative Measures for National Food Safety Standards (MOH Decree No.77), which governs national food safety development and revision work.  Since 2009, MOH has published over 300 new national food safety standards using these procedures.    This report provides an INFORMAL translation of the MO...

Administrative Measures for National Food Safety Standards_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_3-11-2013

Quarterly Food safety report update Feb 2013|Agriculture in the News Market Development Reports|Guangzhou|China - Peoples Republic of|3/4/2013

This report includes a summary of the recent onslaught of media reports concerning food safety irregularities in Mainland China. Hyperlinks to the actual stories are also provided though many of these stories are removed or censored by local authorities.
Quarterly Food safety report update Feb 2013_Guangzhou_China - Peoples Republic of_2-19-2013

Final-Hygienic Standard for Edible Vegetable Oils|FAIRS Subject Report|Beijing|China - Peoples Republic of|1/18/2013

This report contains an UNOFFICIAL translation of China's National Standard GB2716-2005 Hygienic Standard for Edible Vegetable Oils which took effect on October 1, 2005.  The DRAFT Hygienic Standards for Edible Vegetable Oils (GB2716) was notified to the WTO on February 13, 2004 (G/SPS/N/CHN/51) and was published as GAINCH4070.  Preliminary study of the GB2016-2005 shows no significant change from the DRAFT. 
Final-Hygienic Standard for Edible Vegetable Oils_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_1-11-2013


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