Food Label Inspection in Japan

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Japan Food labeling

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Label bank, since its foundation in 2003, has been providing a range of services surrounding food labels. We help food and beverage manufactures, retailers and inspection companies navigate regulatory hurdles including label compliance issues.

Our long standing experience and expertise in the food industry allow us to offer you the service that best suit your needs.

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April 2017

Expansion of Labeling Requirements for Processed Foods: Origin of Ingredients (6)~Public comment period opened~new

On March 27, 2017, the government has invited the public to comment (hereafter, public comment) on the proposed Cabinet Office Ordinance to amend part of the Food Labeling Standard. .........more

March 2017

Basic information concerning current country of origin labeling

The first two months of the year have flown by and we are into March now. In terms of food labeling, we got the impression that "country of origin labeling (COOL)" becoming mandatory "for all processed food" has still been a major topic of discussion in Japan during the last few months. .........more

February 2017

Provision of information on food products sold online

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Bento culture in Japan (Japanese Lunch boxes)

Have you ever heard of the word “Bento”? It is a traditional “lunch box”, originating from Japan..........more

Why is so much information required to create a food label in Japan?

The information required on a food label is different depending on the definition of each product..........more

Points to be checked

We provide key points when reviewing food labels for meat products, frozen and functional foods, .........more

Comparing Food Labeling Regulations

Label bank’s database provides you with summarized food labeling regulations of different countries around the world.

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