Intertek Cantox opens new office in Beijing

Intertek Cantox opens new office in Beijing

The Food and Nutrition Group of Intertek Cantox announces the expansion of its food regulatory services in Asia with the opening of its newest office in Beijing, which will be led by Lin (Sandy) Song.

Sandy Lin is a food and feed regulatory expert with qualifications that span 20 years of industry regulatory experience working for large international food companies in China. She has developed and maintained networking relationships with the Chinese government authorities responsible for food safety, and with important international food safety institutes and prominent trade associations, such as the Ministry of Public Health, State Food and Drug Administration Bureau, General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine, Ministry of Industry & Information Technology. Sandy Lin has also established excellent relationships with the Institute of Nutrition and Food Safety, the China National Food Safety Standard Committee, the International Life Science Institute (ILSI), China National Food Industry Association, China Association of Fragrance, the Flavour and Cosmetic Industry, and the China Dairy Industry Association.

International food companies and their ingredient suppliers recognize the importance of accessing the Asian marketplace as part of a global product approval strategy. With the launch of the Beijing office, Intertek Cantox now offers its clientele ready access to on-the-ground support in China, as well as regulatory expertise for neighbouring Asian markets.

Under Sandy Lin’s direction, the new Beijing office illustrates Intertek Cantox’s commitment to helping clients achieve their market expansion goals by delivering unparalleled experience as world leaders in the field of food regulatory compliance and new product approval.

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