The US-CHINA Agriculture Trade Service Center(ATSC) is base in the business of service for traders, importers and exporters at the area of agriculture products ,foods on regulations training, education and consulting between U.S. and China. Headquarter is located in Los Angeles County, California, USA and beautiful city of West Covina.
The 3rd US-CHINA Agriculture Food Trade Forum will not take place as scheduled in October and is postponed while we look at other options.
China Exporter register to FDA
When you plan to sell your food products to United States of America, you have to be qualified the approved suppliers by U.S. importers compliant with FSMA/FSVP, registration to FDA is required.
Originally a live-feed to attendees of the U.S. Soybean in Illinois, takes you on a tour of a farm lead by the farmer. watch Doug Winter, who farms soybeans in Illinois, explain the technology he uses to harvest his crop and discuss sustainable farming practices.
register to China
There are too many U.S. foods exports and facilities have to face the big challenge when they apply the registration to enter the market in China. Some of them have spent 12-18 months to waiting for the approval by China government, there will be the way to introduce to you how to understand the channel of application more easier and faster...
Training & Education
Regulations and Laws training from the Lead Instructors certified by government of both of U.S. and China.
Helping the participants to understand the Standards of Industries defined by the international organization or association. FSPCA FSMA courses training for human food, animal food and Foreign Supplies Verification Program.
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US-CHINA Agriculture Trade Service Center( ATSC ) is a private organization service for bilateral food and agriculture cooperation between the United States and China with support from governments, food industries and partners of associations in both countries. ATSC was founded in the background of China tariffs on the U.S. agriculture products, including soybean, pork meat, beef and red wine, etc. ATSC is committed to service for the agriculture products and food industry, as a key segment of the food chain, and member companies’ interests with one industry leadership voice on matters involving both sides governments legislation and regulation; keeping members informed of developments important to them; creating opportunities to network and address common issues and interacting with key stakeholders essential to the success of the food and agriculture industries.