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Exporting Dairy Products to China: New Food Safety Law and Cross-border E-commerce Policies

  • Type :Webinar
  • Date :Mar 1, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm, 2016
  • Venue :Online
As the second largest importer after the US, China’s demand for European dairy products has been on the rise during the last decade. 
 
As more and more Chinese consumers become aware of the nutritional benefits associated with dairy products, sales are projected to grow continuously in the upcoming years. Due to increasing household incomes, scarce confidence in local production, as well as positive recognition of European brands, the Chinese market still presents good opportunities for EU SMEs.
 
Recently, food safety has become the top priority for Chinese authorities. With the new Food Safety Law (FSL) as of October 2015, the supervision of dairy products will be strengthened, including the management of labelling. 
 
Join this webinar to learn more about: 
  • Overview of the dairy market in China;
  • Updates on the new Food Safety Law and impact on EU dairy exporters and producers;
  • Step-by-step guidance to exporting dairy to China;
  • How to sell dairy products online;
  • Common practises and tips.
About the Speaker
 
Pablo Recio, Managing Director, Eibens
 
Pablo Recio has lived and worked in China since 2005. During this time he has developed a strong knowledge of the Chinese market, in particular relating to food and beverage import and distribution processes and trade barriers, from both a legal and commercial aspect 
 
Currently, he is the managing director of Eibens, a company established in China in 2005 and has two offices in Madrid and Beijing. The company focuses on the food and beverage sector and works closely with EU SMEs, International trade promotions agencies and public companies. Services include all steps from training,  market intelligence, market entry, eCommerce to commercial follow up. 
 
From 2012 to 2014 he was the Director of Gold Millennium Beijing. In his previous roles, he worked for public agencies including ICEX (Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade), and Extenda (Trade Promotion Agency of Andalusia), as well as for private companies involved in international trade between Europe and China. Pablo has consulted and advised many European companies engaging in the Chinese market. 
 
He is a frequent speaker at business seminars in Europe and China. 

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Looking for more information? Find them in our guideline Exporting Dairy Products to China.

 

View the guideline contents here.