China: AQSIQ Releases Two Lists of U.S. Feed and Feed Additives Approved for Export to China

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On March 1, 2018, China’s General Administration for Quality Supervision and Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) published a “List of Feed Additives and Feed Pre-mixed with Additives Approved for Imports to China by Countries and Regions (Updated to March 1, 2018)" and a “List of Feed Raw Materials, Pet Food and Compound Feed Approved for Imports to China by Countries and Regions (Updated to March 1, 2018).” This report is an UNOFFICIAL translation of the two lists for the part related to the United States. The U.S. government and industry have been working with AQSIQ on procedures to gain full market access for U.S. feed additives and feed premixed with additives to China. For more information on China’s regulatory system, please reference GAIN report CH15062, “Roadmap to China Challenging New Feed Regulatory System.”

China: AQSIQ Releases Two Lists of U.S. Feed and Feed Additives Approved for Export to China

 

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