China’s dairy plant audit requirement ends
July 1, 2020 By Larry Lee Filed Under: Ag Exports, Dairy, News, Trade, USDA
The U.S. Dairy Export Council says a major obstacle for dairy sales to China is gone. Starting July 1st, the USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service is no longer required to audit dairy and infant formula plants in order to register them for export sales to China.
The end of the audits is part of the phase one trade deal
with China. USDEC says the change eases
the regulatory and financial burden of U.S. dairy suppliers sending products to
Dairy plants wishing to export to China must still file an
application with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration using their Unified
Registration and Listings Systems export listing module.
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