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"Registration System in Food Industry" Launched

  • Data Source:Ministry of Health and Welfare
  • Created:2013-12-03
  • Last Updated:2017-02-03

The “Regulations for Registration of Food Business” were scheduled to be promulgated and enforced on December 3, 2013; businesses in the manufacture, import and sale of food additives would be the first targets to be registered.

The “Act Governing Food Sanitation” was amended, proclaimed and implemented on June 19, 2013. In order to tighten management of all businesses in the food industry, it is specified in Paragraph 3, Article 8 of the Act that those involved in the announced types and scales of food business shall be required to apply for registration before starting operation. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has formulated the Regulations for Registration of Food Business pursuant to Paragraph 4, Article 8 of the Act Governing Food Sanitation, which specifies the conditions, procedures, items of registration and application for changes, annulment of registration, and other compliance items for registration of food business, so that businesses may proceed to registration. The FDA will announce the different types and scales of food businesses to be registered sooner or later in the future based on the principle of risk management. Upon promulgation of the Regulations for Registration of Food Business, manufacturers, importers and sellers of simple or compounded food additives will be required to register their businesses first. 

The FDA has also planned the relevant supporting measures and constructed the registration platform for food business. Moreover, 22 briefing sessions for Public Health Bureau staff and volunteers of various counties and cities, as well as 20 briefing sessions for the food-related businesses, have been held to explain the content of the Regulations and how to use the registration platform. Also, in-depth interviews have been conducted after food businesses used the platform, so as to ensure smoother usage among those in the food industry.