12 Jun, 2021

CCIC Canada Trade Service Series: Pre-test

On May 31, Quebec honey exporter was pleased to learn that his first shipment of honey exported to China successfully passed the customs inspection with the test report issued by CCIC Canada. As the imported honey has been detected by Chinese customs such as American foulbrood of honey bee, European foulbrood of honey bee, small […]

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24 May, 2021

CCIC Canada Attends the Seminar on the 14th Five-year Plan Sponsored by Canada China Business Council (CCBC)

On May 19th, Li Minyan, general manager of CCIC Canada, was invited to take part in a video seminar on China’s 14th five-year plan hosted by CCBC and made a concluding speech. The Chinese ambassador to Canada, Cong Peiwu, delivered a keynote speech on the 14th five-year plan and the China-Canada economic and trade cooperation. […]

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08 May, 2021

Attention Food Producers & Exporters, New Regulations for Exporting to China

On April 13, the General Administration of Customs of China (GACC) announced the “Regulations of the People’s Republic of China on the Registration and Administration of Overseas Producers of Imported Food” and the “Regulations of the People’s Republic of China on the Administration of Import and Export Food Safety”. These two regulations would be formally […]

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09 Apr, 2021

CCIC Canada Trade Service Series – North American Food Compliance Consultation

North America including USA and Canada is a traditional immigration destination. The number of Chinese immigrants has exceeded 5.1 million. The huge Chinese community consumption, multicultural social genes, and the inexhaustible charm of Chinese cuisine have made the North American market more attractive to Chinese food. Demand has become stronger. Canada’s imports of Chinese food […]

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18 Mar, 2021

CCIC Canada Trade Service Series: Chinese National Standard (GB) Consulting and Testing Services

Recently, General Administration of Customs China (GACC) announced a record high number of 2001 unqualified and not admitted batches of imported food in 2020, which is double the number in 2018 and a 12% increase from the number in 2019. It is noteworthy that in just January this year, the number of unqualified and not […]

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09 Apr, 2020

Consolidate Business Foundation, Focus on Agricultural Product Line, and Escort China-Canada Trade Development

For more than two years, CCIC Canada has been committed to consolidating various business foundations and capabilities through close liaison with industry, professional organization sand provide honest and business services to our customers and partners. Although the Pandemic situation of COVID-19 from the end of last year brought a certain impact on our operation, CCIC […]

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03 Apr, 2020

CCIC Canada and Qingdao Customs Technical Center
Sign Protocol

CCIC Canada and Qingdao Customs Technical Center Sign Protocol on Mutual Recognition of Agricultural and Food Product Testing “It is always our responsibility to serve the government and to stay close to the market, which is the key to the development and growth of the group.” The group company’s 2020 Annual Report – Seize the […]

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