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Report | 2023 Year in Review: China & International Food Regulatory Affairs
Report | 2023 Year in Review: China & International Cosmetic Regulatory Affairs
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Non-compliant labeling Prevents Over 13 Tons of Japanese Food from Entering China

On January 24, 2024, the General Administration of Customs of China reported that 234 batches of food in December 2023 did not meet safety and hygiene requirements and were rejected at ports.   The top three reasons for food rejection were: Labeling and packaging issues: 43% Inspection and quarantine issues: 23% Certificate or certification materials issues: 19%   A significant number of non-compliant labeling cases were identified among the food items not allowed entry. Over 40 products from Japan, weighing over 13 tons, were affected. These included pre-packaged foods like ice cream and biscuits.   Differences in food labeling requirements

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2024-01-31
ChinaFood
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2'-Fucosyllactose Firstly Filed as New Cosmetic Ingredient in China

In January 2024 (as of January 17th), the National Medical Products Administration of China announced the filing of 8 new cosmetic ingredients. One of them is Fucosyllactose (No. 20240006), and the company filing it is Bloomage Biotech. *Info of No. 20240006 new cosmetic ingredient released by China NMPA Before this, Bloomage Biotech had already filed 4 other new cosmetic ingredients, namely Zinc Hyaluronate Hydrolysate, N-Acetylneuraminic Acid, Hydrolyzed Calcium Hyaluronate, and Aminolevulinic Acid HCl.   About Fucosyllactose: Fucosyllactose, also known as 2'-Fucosyllactose (2'-FL), is a disaccharide compound composed of fucosyl and lactose. Fucosyl is a polysaccharide naturally found in seaweed, fungi,

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2024-01-18
ChinaCosmetics
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Report | 2023 Year in Review: China & International Cosmetic Regulatory Affairs

The year 2023 witnessed significant transformations in the global cosmetic regulatory landscape, setting the stage for another year of dynamism and complexity in 2024. This report aims to offer an overview of the revised and emerging cosmetic regulations worldwide, ensuring that global stakeholders stay well-informed and prepared for the evolving regulatory environment.   Main topics: 1. China Focus Cosmetic Registration and Filing Registration and Filing of New Cosmetic Ingredients Toothpaste Filing Children's Cosmetics Cosmetic Quality Management Testing Methods and Experiments 2. Global Focus: Update of MoCRA Regulations in the United States Update of Prohibited Ingredients and Safety Assessment Guidelines for

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2024-01-04
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Report | 2023 Year in Review: China & International Food Regulatory Affairs

The year 2023 witnessed significant transformations in the global food regulatory landscape, setting the stage for another year of dynamism and complexity in 2024. This report aims to offer an overview of the revised and emerging regulations worldwide, with a particular focus on crucial domains like new food raw materials/novel food, health food, and FSMP. By providing this information, our goal is to ensure that global stakeholders stay well-informed and prepared for the evolving regulatory environment.   Main topics: 1. China Focus Novel Food Substances Traditionally Considered as Both Food and Chinese Medicine Food for Special Medical Purposes(FSMP) Health Food

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2023-12-29
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Strong Performance of Imported Goods in China's 2023 Double 11 Shopping Festival

Import Consumption Data 1. Ningbo Customs From 20:00 on October 31st to 24:00 on November 11th, Ningbo Customs received a total declared value of 3.21 billion yuan of cross-border e-commerce retail import goods, representing a year-on-year increase of 6.92%. Once again, it secured the top spot among comprehensive bonded zone cities nationwide. Cross-border e-commerce retail imports in Ningbo mainly came from 102 countries and regions. Among them, goods originating from the United States, Japan, Australia, Germany, and South Korea were the most popular, accounting for a total sales proportion of 58%. Health foods, cosmetics, baby products, and non-alcoholic beverages were the main

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2023-11-15
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Changes in the Chinese Imported Cosmetics Market Landscape (2015-2023)

China is the second-largest consumer market for cosmetics globally, with imports mainly sourced from Europe, the United States, Japan, and South Korea. Over the past few years, there have been some changes in the market share of these countries in the Chinese imported cosmetics market. From 2015 to 2018, South Korea was the largest importing country of cosmetics in the Chinese market. The popularity of Korean cosmetics in China drove the growth of some large Korean beauty companies. For example, Amorepacific, one of the largest cosmetics companies in Korea, ranked third in Asia after Shiseido and Kao, with multiple brands

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2023-10-27
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The Latest Developments of HMOs in China: Regulations and The Market

With the recent approval of human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) by the National Health Commission (NHC) in China, the demand for HMOs in the Chinese market is expected to skyrocket, leading to a potential boom for related raw material suppliers. Currently, the approval status of HMOs in China and internationally is as follows: In an announcement on October 7th, China NHC approved several food additives, including two types of HMOs: 2'-fucosyllactose (2'-FL) and lacto-N-neotetraose. These two HMOs can be used in infant formula milk powder, modified milk powder for children, and infant foods for special medical use. Since 2016, China has issued six acceptance

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2023-10-13
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Cosmetics Classification in Europe: Case Studies

Explore EU cosmetics regulations as we delve into product classifications, from nail glue to sunscreens. Find out more in our article.   Cosmetics Classification in Europe When interested in introducing products to the European market, one of the first questions that manufacturers and brand owners have is: is my product considered a cosmetic product under the classification of cosmetics in Europe? It is very important to define this from the beginning, and to do so we can start by taking into account the definition of a "cosmetic product" mentioned in the EU Cosmetics Regulation 1223/2009 (https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:02009R1223-20221006&from=IT): ‘cosmetic product’ means any

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2023-09-04
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