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China Nutrition & Health Market Intel 

   January 11, 2018 - Issue 279

Fraudulent Health Products Top Chinese Consumers’ Complaints in 2017
Fraudulent healthcare products targeting elderly people topped the list of complaints from Chinese consumers in 2017, a survey showed Monday. Read More...

CFDA Cracks Down Substandard Infant Formula Label
Starting December 2016, the national regulator of food and drug launched a one-year special campaign to specifically inspect issues regarding labels of infant formula products. Read More...

No Fish Oil Allowed In Without Official Approval
Recently, China’s product quality control authority, AQSIQ, said in a public letter that no fish oil or relevant products are allowed to be imported without reporting for importing to the officials first. Read More...
323 Arrested for Health Product Fraud
Police in Chongqing Municipality have arrested 323 suspects for posing as medical experts to sell “health products” to the elderly and patients, the Ministry of Public Security said in a statement yesterday. Read More...

Global E-Commerce Training Program Launched
A new training program on Internet and foreign trade was launched today in Hangzhou. Read More...

Fewer Sugary Sodas: Chinese Consumers Opt For Energy Drinks & Premium Waters
Chinese consumers are increasingly opting for healthier drink options, including premium packaged waters and energy drinks, forgoing classic soft drinks such as Coca-Cola and Fanta, according to Patrick Healy, managing director of Swire Beverages. Read More...


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