Events

Food Webinar

CIRS Free webinar: How to Add a New Food Contact Resin or Additive into Positive List (GB 9685)?

Time : 8 July 2020
Location : China
Lang. : English
Cost : Free
Due to the complexity of the new food contact additive or resins registration procedures and the required documents, many foreign companies meet registration barriers. As an experienced third-party regulatory consulting firm, CIRS Group has helped foreign customers complete many new food contact substances notifications in China. In this webinar, we will give you a brief introduction on how to register new food contact substances in China. What documents will need? Which tests should be conducted? How long will it take? And what is the success rate?
Food Webinar

CIRS Free Webinar: Similarities and Differences between New Food Additives and New Food Raw Materials

Time : 24 June 2020
Location : China
Lang. : English, Chinese, Japanese
Cost : Free
Based on the Food Safety Law of China, companies who plan to use new food raw materials in the production or produce the new food additives shall submit the related safety assessment documents to China authority for the permission. In other words, if companies plan to use new food additives or new food raw materials in the food, they shall submit the registration application to National Health Commission of China (NHC) to conduct the safety assessment according to its categories.

Food Webinar

CIRS Free Webinar: How to Export Pre-packaged General Food to China

Time : 28 May 2020
Location : China
Lang. : English
Cost : Free
On the 28th of May CIRS will host a free webinar to provide information on Chinese food regulations that apply to Pre-packaged General Foods. Following the presentation from our specialist adviser, we will provide answers to the questions put forward by companies that register for the event.
Food Webinar

CIRS Free Webinar: Opportunities and Challenges of Exporting Infant Formula to China

Time : 21 April 2020
Location : China
Lang. : English, Chinese, Japanese
Cost : Free
Infant formula plays an important role in feeding infants. Because of the large number of Chinese population, Chinese infant formula industry has its natural advantage. In recent years, the annual Chinese market of infant formula reaches 100 billion RMB with 10% increase rate. Also, positive factors like the two-child policy make the infant formula industry promising. In addition, many Chinese consumers tend to choose imported infant formula, which results in more and more foreign infant formula companies showing their interest in Chinese market. However, Chinese government pays high attention to the quality of infant formula, thus government set strict requirements and regulations on the infant formula registration.
Food Webinar

CIRS Free Webinar: Introduction of China FSMP Registration and Current Status Analysis Introduction

Time : 18 March 2020
Location : China
Lang. : English, Chinese, Japanese
Cost : Free
In China, Foods for Special Medical Purpose (FSMP) is a newly developing type of special food which is designed for patients. Though FSMP has not been widely used for clinic at present, its future market potential is promising. According to Food Safety law of the people’s republic of China (2015 version), before entering to the Chinese market, FSMP needs to get registered with Chinese authority SAMR (former CFDA). And the following questions are frequently asked by companies: What kind of product can apply for the FSMP registration? Are there any qualification requirements for the applicant? What is the registration process and what are the related dossiers requirements? In order to help companies have a better understanding of the China FSMP registration, this webinar will mainly focus on the following aspects to answer above mentioned questions: Introduction about FSMP and its categorization; registration background and process, registration dossier requirements and test requirements, current status and future trends. Besides, considering FSMP is a relatively new concept, many companies may find difficult in distinguishing FSMP, other food products and medicine. Therefore the difference between those categories will also be emphasized.