The organics market in China has grown fast since the turn of the Millennium both within the internal market and international trade. New regulations and their effective enforcement have instilled more transparency and trust among stakeholders. The mutual recognition of standards in bi- and multi-lateral international agreements can be seen as the next step of the steep growth of organic production in China as well as a sustainable way to control environmental pollution.
|Journal||European Food and Feed Law Review|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
Schorzon, A., van der Meulen, B. M. J., & Jiao, L. (2014). Organics in Chinese Food Law. European Food and Feed Law Review, 3, 179-186. http://www.lexxion.de/efflinner/inner/archiv/2014/32014/effl_2014_03-008_2014-06-04-11.18.328.pdf