Malaysia: Enforcing Nutrition Labeling Requirements for Processed Foods

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   MY2021-0007

Parties interested in exporting to Malaysia should be aware that the Food Safety and Quality Department of the Malaysian Ministry of Health is strictly enforcing nutrition labeling requirements for processed foods. It is important for all U.S. food exporters to adhere to the nutrition labeling law requirements to avoid both potential delays at port and mandatory product re-labeling to meet Malaysian requirements.

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