As an important part of food production, processing, packaging, and sales, the safety and compliance of food contact materials and products (FCMs) have always been valued. In recent years, more and more imported food contact materials have been sold to the Chinese market. However, some food contact additives or resins have not been approved for use by the Chinese government, so they cannot be used in FCMs in China unless they pass the safety assessment (registration process) of the Chinese authority (NHC).
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?
Time and schedule
Time (Beijing Time, GMT+8)
July 8th, 2020
- Introduction of New Food Contact Substance in China
- Difference of completely new substances and expanded usage scope
- Resin and additive
- Relevant laws, regulations, and authorities
- Registration process and required dossiers
- Flow chart
- Key documents
- Required tests
- Analysis of the difficulties in registration
Carrie Li, Food Regulatory Consultant
Ms. Carrie Li graduated from the University of Queensland with a Master’s degree in Food Science and Technology. After joining the CIRS Group, she focuses on the food, health food, FCM, and FCN compliance services in China. She currently works for CIRS China and responsible for providing food regulatory compliance services for overseas customers.
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