China ‘s first children ‘s snack group standard released, requiring less sugar and salt oil

China ‘s first children ‘s snack group standard released, requiring less sugar and salt oil
On May 17, the China Non-staple Food Circulation Association issued the “Standard Requirements for Children’s Snacks” group standard, which will be implemented on June 15.This is the first standard for snacks in developing countries and the first standard for children ‘s snacks.As one of the standards drafting units, Liangpin Shop said that the redefinition of the re-grouping will help provide research and development basis for children’s nutrition snack planning, formulate internal standards of the enterprise, establish industry benchmarks, and support the healthy development of the snack industry.At present, the conventional food supervision standards for infants and young children (0 to 3 years old) are “GB10765-2010 infant formula food”, “GB10767-2010 infant formula formula for infants and young children”, “GB10769-2010 infant cereal supplement food” and ” GB10770-2010 Infant Canned Supplementary Foods, etc., are mainly proposed for infant formula milk powder, rice noodles, and mud food supplements, and are not involved in infant snacks and some other foods.The “Standard Requirements for Children’s Snacks” group standard will be implemented on June 15.The group mark divides children into two stages according to age: 3 to 6 years old are preschool children, and 6 to 12 years old are school age children.According to the growth characteristics of children of different ages, determine the needs of different key nutrients.For children’s healthy diet, refer to the “Chinese Children and Adolescents Snacks Guide”, put forward regulations on adding less sugar, salt, and oil, and require regulations on sodium chloride, sucrose, and trace residues.In terms of the safety of packaging design, the group logo requires that the packaging of children ‘s snacks not only meet the relevant national standards, but also the design of the packaging structure needs to fully consider the safety of children, and the injuries, such as cuts, errors, etc., that occur during the use of childrenFood and other risks.Yang Yinfen, CEO of Liangpin Shop, believes that under the guidance of the company’s high-end strategy, the most difficult to control in the segmented snack market is children’s snacks.”We started to make breakthroughs in the most difficult market segments, rebuilt this structure of the entire enterprise, and put forward higher requirements on ourselves.”He revealed that afterwards, Liangpin Shop will continue to launch product upgrades based on children’s snacks.Sauna, Ye Wang Wang Ziyang Photo source Image courtesy editor Li Yan proofreading Liu Jun