- Type :Webinar
- Date :Jun 2 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm, 2015
- Venue :Online
- Tags :Food & Beverages
In 2000, a few European countries initiated the first protocols to export meat to China and the EU’s market share in China has been growing steadily. Over a period of 15 years, more than 200 establishments from 13 EU countries have already obtained the approval to sell their products in the Chinese market. However, managing the meat importing process and conforming to a multitude of regulations in the complex regulatory framework remains a major challenge for meat exporters from Europe.
This webinar will help you gain a good understanding of the meat market in China and provide you relevant import regulations and procedures. Join the webinar to learn:
- An overview of the meat market in China;
- Step by step introduction into the regulatory framework;
- The main requirements of the Chinese Food Safety Law;
- The key points for meat imports to China;
- The import procedures;
- Packaging and labelling;
- Challenges and recommendations for SMEs.
About the Speaker
Jordi Baqué Pons, International Trade Consultant
Jordi Baqué Pons has been supporting Spanish F&B companies to export globally since 1991, with a focus on meat and meat processing. As an international trade advisor for the Girona Chamber of Commerce, he assisted exporters by providing market research, training, promotional activities as well as export documentation services. Since 2006 he acts as Director of the International Trade Department and is responsible for the coordination and supervision of all internationalisation services provided by the Chamber. As a member of the China Experts Network of the Understanding China Programme, he is responsible for the implementation of a consulting centre for Girona’s agro-food sector to facilitate exports to China. Jordi holds a degree in business and sociology from the Universitat Autònoma in Barcelona.
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Looking for more information? Find them in our guideline Exporting Meat Products to China.
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