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Introduction to Books Authored by the CNHFA

  Dictionary of Commonly Used Terms in China’s Special Food Industry


  This dictionary primarily focuses on the special food industry, including infant formula, health food, and food for special medical purposes, as well as related fields such as complementary food and sports nutrition. It covers a wide range of topics, including basic terms, concepts, and content related to food safety, registration and production license management for special food, import and export regulations, special food labeling and marketing, testing, clinical nutrition, and research.

  The Blue Book of China’s Special Food Industry Development


  This book provides a comprehensive overview of the current state of China’s special food industry, offering a summary of its achievements and an analysis of its development trends. Divided into several sections, including an introduction, a section on health food, infant formula, formula for special medical purposes, and other nutritional and health food, it covers various aspects of the industry. The book offers a comprehensive analysis of the industry’s current situation, development opportunities, and recommendations, while also making predictions on its future trends.

  Report on the Domestic and International Regulation of Health Food and Equivalent Products


  This report is divided into five sections, providing an overview of the management of health food raw materials in China. It focuses on the management of raw materials and functional claims for health food and equivalent products in various countries and regions, including the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, ASEAN, and the European Union.

  Compilation of International Policies and Regulations on Meal Replacement Food


  This compilation offers a comprehensive overview of regulatory documents pertaining to meal replacement foods in major countries and regions worldwide. It covers important regulatory frameworks such as the International Codex Alimentarius, as well as regulations from the European Union, Canada, Australia, Brazil, Chile, India, Indonesia, Korea, and Taiwan.

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