Canada – CFIA recognises a role for private standards within the regulatory framework

This interesting policy, released by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), has to be considered probably a "best practice" and I am sure in future we will see more and more similar public-private cooperation models. Since the international private standards are so widely used in the food chain, and since they set higher standards then … Continue reading Canada – CFIA recognises a role for private standards within the regulatory framework

Food Labeling Contrast between China and EU Regulations (Part I)

Today I publish another useful article written by Quinn Hulk, Food and Drug Administration of Beijing – Food Law Advisor and our country contributor for China. You can contact Quinn Hulk directly via e-mail at hulkquinn@163.com. 1. Basic introduction China National Standard GB7718-2011 General Rule for the Labeling of Pre-packed Foods (hereinafter referred to as GB7718-2011) was promulgated by the … Continue reading Food Labeling Contrast between China and EU Regulations (Part I)