This seminar, co-organised by the French Chamber of Commerce in China and the EU SME Centre, will focus on the main obstacles and best practices in relation to Chinese import regulations for food and beverages.
Despite a fragmented distribution infrastructure and growing local competition, opportunities for European SMEs to sell high-quality foodstuffs in China are likely to grow, driven by increasing disposable income, urbanisation, and a growing taste for foreign delicacies. In fact, from 2005 to 2010, EU exports of F&B to China multiplied by almost five. Managing the importing process and conforming to the multitude of regulations concerning food safety and product labelling are major challenges even for experienced exporters.
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