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Is It Necessary to Complete Any Record-Filing Procedures Prior to Importing Food to China?

相片:進口食品到內地是否須事先進行備案?
相片:進口食品到內地是否須事先進行備案?

Before importing standard food items to China, the overseas manufacturers, exporters and agents and the domestic importers of the products must complete the relevant record-filing procedures with the appropriate departments of the State Administration for Market Regulation (formerly the General Administration for Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine, or AQSIQ) (http://ire.eciq.cn). Additionally, they must complete the mandatory inspection, quarantine and customs clearance declarations in accordance with the prevailing requirements at the time of import. The consignors/agents of the imported food must then include the name, record-filing number and any other information deemed relevant with regard to the food importers/exporters on the inspection and quarantine declaration form when declaring any such items for inspection/quarantine.

Please contact the State Administration for Market Regulation for further details.

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