|1||Laws and Regulations||The Administrative Measure of Inspection, Quarantine, and Supervision of Imported and Exported Dairy Products|
|2||The Administrative Measure for Overseas Manufacturer Registration of Imported Food|
|3||The AQSIQ Notice of the Implementation Requirements about “The Administrative Measure of Inspection, Quarantine, and Supervision of Imported and Exported Dairy Products”|
|4||The AQSIQ Notice about Strengthening the Management of Imported Infant Formula Milk Powder|
|5||The Administrative Measures for the Registration of Formula of Infant Formula Milk Powder (draft submitted to WTO)|
|6||Standards||GB 10765-2010 Food Safety National Standards for Infant Formula|
|7||GB 10767-2010 Older Infants and Young Children Formula|
|8||GB 10769-2010 Cereal-based Complementary Foods for Infants and Young Children|
|9||GB 10770-2010 Canned Complementary Foods for Infants and Young Children|
|10||GB 22570-2014 Complementary Nutritional Supplements|
|11||GB 13432-2013 General Rules for the Labeling of Prepackaged Food for Special Dietary Uses|
|For more interpretations about infant and young children food, please kindly refer to below links:|
|1||Product national standards (GBs) analysis||Evaluate the product category and find an applicable Chinese national standards (GBs) based on the formula, production process and etc.|
|2||l Formula (raw materials and food additives) review||
I. Analyze if all food raw materials and food additives are allowed to be used in this product.
II. Analyze if the dosages of all ingredients are compliant.
Chinese label translation, review or generation
1. Label translation
Translate the original information to Chinese information.
2. Label review
I.Check if the Chinese label provided by client is compliant in China.
II. Provide modification and risk-aversion suggestions.
3. Label generation
I. Translate necessary information on original label to Chinese.
II. Generate Chinese label according to GB 13432-2013 and other related standards, such as add mandatory content or remove risky content.
III.Check the label to make sure it is compliant, and provide risk-aversion suggestions.
I. Test on protein, fat, carbohydrate, sodium and energy (4+1).
II. Test on added nutrition enhancers and other nutrients if there is additional content claim on the label.
III.Nutrition test reports should be provided to CIQ during inspection declaration.
I. Test on items stipulated in related products national standards (GBs), including sensory index, physicochemical index, microorganism index and etc.
II. For infant formula milk powder, GB test reports should be provided to CIQ during inspection declaration.
|6||Infant formula food filing (No detailed regulations for the moment）||Collect required documents and apply for the filing of food raw materials, food additives, food formula, label and etc. under local CFDAs.|
|7||Infant formula milk powder formula registration (Draft regulation for the moment)||Collect and write required documents and apply for the formula registration under CFDA.|
|8||Others||Ad-hoc consulting service and etc.|
|2||Formula research report and production process specification|
|3||Product testing report|
|4||Evidentiary materials of the production, research and testing capabilities|
|5||Other materials to prove the scientificity and safety of the formula|