Industry leaders sponsor nutrition & health summit in Beijing

Industry leaders sponsor nutrition & health summit in Beijing

Must-attend event for global companies interested in China’s developing natural products industry will examine regulations for dietary supplements and medical/functional foods in China.

With China’s ever-expanding consumer base and its special attention to food safety and health promoting products, China has become a focal point for the global dietary supplement and nutritional ingredient industry. However attempting to enter the market, one will find that it is filled with hurdles, inconsistences and transparency issues, which have caused many to stop and pause.

This is why the U.S.–China Health Products Association (USCHPA) together with its Chinese government partner China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT-Chemical Sub-branch) is happy to announce its launching of the first annual “China International Nutrition and Health Summit 2014” to be held in Beijing, Nov. 3 to 4, 2014.

The Summit is being sponsored by global industry leaders and USCHPA members: Enzymotec, Lallemand, NSF International and TSI Group.

This is a must-attend event for global companies interested in China’s developing overall natural health product industry. The Summit will be the first conference of its kind to bring both foreign and domestic industry leaders together.

China’s FDA and China Nutrition Society will discuss regulations for dietary supplements as well as medical/functional foods in China. Top registration agents will be covering the latest on registration procedures for both finished dietary supplement products and new raw food material ingredients. E-Commerce experts, ExportNow will be discussing China’s growing e-commerce business, KeYuan Shanghai Pharma will be discussing distribution solutions, Tianjin Free Trade Zone will present on its advantages for foreign companies and much more.


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