USCHPA To Host Free China Regulatory Seminar at SupplySide West

October 3, 2016

The seminar will cover a variety of recent regulatory changes for the dietary supplement industry in China, including the implementation of China’s new food safety law.

With the implementation of China’s new food safety law in October of 2015 and subsequent regulations arriving even more recently, the past year has introduced some instrumental changes for the dietary supplement industry in China. Many of these new regulations have “been hard to swallow for many companies, especially global players already in the market and/or looking to get in,” explains the U.S.-China Health Products Association (USCHPA).

In light of those new regulations, USCHPA is organizing a free seminar during the upcoming SupplySide West trade show to cover many of the regulatory and market issues facing ingredient and dietary supplement firms operating in China. The event, which will take place in Las Vegas on October 6 from 3:15 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., will also be supported by USCHPA’s sponsoring partners NSF International (Ann Arbor, MI) and TSI Group (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada).

Topics to be covered at the seminar include:

  • Ingredient and supplement regulations
  • Product registrations/approvals
  • Market sales and overall environment
  • Latest on cross border e-commerce
  • Quality assurance/laboratory testing services
  • OEM servicesin China

 

More information about the free USCHPA seminar can be found here.

 

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