China’s first standard for children’s snacks - food tech news in asia

On May 17, China Food Association officially released the group standard of “General Requirements for Children’s Snacks,” which is China’s first standard for children’s snacks. The standard will be implemented from June 15.

According to the standard, it divides children into two groups based on 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, different key nutrient requirements are determined. For children’s healthy diet,

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