Chinese Food Producers Lament Lack of Access to Foreign Markets

China’s food producers are facing increased access certification barriers as overseas markets try to protect their own industries, putting pressure on Chinese exporters and squeezing their profits, business insiders said. Complicated attestation and strict access requests, including long approval periods and high fees, are being imposed on Chinese food products in foreign markets, Wang Hongyu,

China Seizes Illegal Dog and Cat Meat

A suspected illegal meat distribution in the northern suburban Changping District of Beijing was raided by the police over the weekend. A total of 34 dogs of various breeds were confiscated, including one with an identification chip. Yangfang Township police worked with local animal welfare groups to rescue animals and took them to a municipal

Law Enforcement Officials in Shenzhen Seize 630 MTs of Smuggled Meat Products from Shipping Vessel

A total of 630 tonnes of frozen chicken feet, chicken wings, pig feet and pork were seized by border police in Shenzhen in south China’s Guangdong Province, said local authorities on Tuesday [11 April 2017]…Full Article: Xinhua Apr 2017 Key Point The smuggled frozen meat was being stored in 24 refrigerators and was valued at

China and Serbia Sign an Agricultural Cooperation Agreement

China and Serbia on Tuesday [17 January 2017] signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on cooperation in agriculture. The MoU was signed in the Serbian capital Belgrade by visiting Chinese Minister of Agriculture Han Changfu and his Serbian counterpart Branislav Nedimovic…Full Article: China Daily Jan 2017 Key Point The MoU will reportedly focus on developing