Summary | Imported Frozen Food temporarily Banned by GACC in May

According to the regulations of the General Administration of Customs of China (GACC), if the COVID-19 nucleic acid test of a company's imported cold chain food is positive, the customs will suspend the acceptance of the company's imports for one week or one month. Foodmate has compiled a list of companies from various countries whose imports have been suspended in May 2021 for your reference.

Generally, there are 18 companies were announced by GACC in May, which covers 5 countries. Among them, a Russian companies were temporarily banned for 4 weeks by GACC.

From the perspective of food types, all products were frozen seafood.

Foodmate reminds related manufacturers to do a good job in sanitation and disinfection to avoid unnecessary losses.

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