China: China Notifies Code of Hygienic Practice for Livestock and Poultry Edible Offal and Byproducts for Domestic Comment

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   CH2021-0168

On November 15, 2021, China notified the National Food Safety Standard: Code of Hygienic Practice for Livestock and Poultry Edible Offal and Byproducts to the WTO SPS Committee as G/SPS/N/CHN/1234. This is the first notification of a domestic code of hygienic practices for livestock and poultry edible offal and byproducts in China. Comments on the measure may be submitted to China’s SPS Enquiry Point (sps@customs.gov.cn) by January 14, 2022. There is currently no published date for implementation of the standard. This report contains the original text of the draft standard and an unofficial translation.

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