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China and Canada step closer to banning animal testing

Shanghai-based personal care company Eco&more has become the very first Chinese company to join PETA’s cruelty-free list of firms to ban animal testing on their products, formulations or ingredients. In an effort to reduce the number of animals used in the registration and testing of cosmetics in China, the US non-profit laboratory, the Zhejiang Food and Drug […]

February 4, 2016 Continue Reading

Soil Association secures first licence for UK organic exports to China

The first licence for UK organic exports to China has been awarded via the partnership between Soil Association Certification and China’s certification body, OFDC (Organic Food Development and Certification Centre of China). Soil Association Certification agreed the partnership in April 2014 to facilitate the export of organic products to China, and enables its licensees to […]

November 25, 2015 Continue Reading

Trioni gains China organic certification

Welsh organic milk product producer Trioni has become first UK dairy to gain organic certification in China, reports The Grocer. Trioni, owner of the Daioni brand, has been exporting milk to China since 2012 but changes in regulation required exporters to meet new local rules. Gaining certification – to export to Hong Kong and China – opens […]

September 11, 2014 Continue Reading

Soil Association facilitates organic exports to China

Soil Association Certification has announced a new partnership with the Organic Food Development Centre (OFDC) – China’s organic certification body – to make it easier and cheaper for UK businesses to export organic products to this rapidly growing market. It is predicted that the organic market in China will be worth approximately US$7.8 billion by […]

April 24, 2014 Continue Reading

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