China is Australia’s number one dairy export market and continues to represent significant opportunities for both new and existing dairy exporters. The likelihood of success is significantly enhanced by understanding regulatory requirements and market conditions.
This site has been specifically designed to assist potential dairy exporters to China and provide them with all the necessary regulatory and market information required to obtain an export licence.
Exporting dairy products to China requires considerable planning to ensure all regulatory and market requirements are met, both locally and in China. Any organisation involved in export sales to China must first be registered with the Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Agriculture and Water Resources.
Those who need to register include, but not limited to:
|Manufacturers||Suppliers of Australian dairy ingredients|
|Processors||Any establishment where the prescribed goods will be stored and or loaded for export (excluding the wharf and airport terminal)|
Please note that this site does not guarantee an export licence and neither will it guarantee acceptance of a dairy product into China.
(CHEESE, MILK POWDER, CREAM, BUTTER)