Report Highlights: This report lists major export certificates required by the Chinese government for imports of food and agricultural products. Major changes in 2016 include China’s implementation of new registration requirements on grains and oilseeds (AQSIQ Decree 177) and live seafood (AQSIQ Decree 183). China also introduced registration requirements for infant formula recipes (CFDA Decree 26), health foods (CFDA Decree 22), and foods for special medical purposes (CFDA Decree 24). In addition, in 2016, China granted market access for California strawberries and U.S. sugar beet pulp.
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