Thailand improves traceability of fruit exports to China 

Published on Feb 24th, 2021
Thailand improves traceability of fruit exports to China 

 

The Thai-Chinese Chamber of Commerce has signed a deal with CCIC Thailand to improve the traceability of Thai fruit exported to China, following a new traceability requirement for all imported farm products into China. CCIC Thailand, which is the local office of China’s largest quality assessment and traceability services provider, will help with legal procedures, as well as requests for health and hygiene certificates for certain fruit.

Thai-Chinese Chamber of Commerce president Narongsak Puttapornmongkol said that Thai fruit products have often been subjected to lengthy customs clearances at China, but that the new service provided by CICC Thailand will help shorten this process to no longer than three days, as product information can be traced back from a scan of a QR code. It is hoped that this streamlined process will support Thailand’s fresh produce exports.

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