The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine recently published the "2011 Natio
nal Quality of im
ported Disposable Sanitary
Products" on its portal website, saying that there is no Chinese logo or logo for children's Diaper
s in Japan, South Korea and other countries that do not meet the requirements of China's standards.
Since January 1, 2006, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine has im
ported Sanitary napkin
s, such as women's sanitary napkins, Baby diaper
s, adult diaper
s, and napkins, into the legal inspection catalogue, stipulating the safety and health indicators and appearance of the above-mentio
ported commodities. Packaging, labeling, etc. must comply with the provisions of our natio
nal standard GB15979-2002 "Sanitary Standards for Disposable Hygiene Products".
The number of unqualified batches of products was 195 batches, weighing 1563 tons, and the value of goods was 7.734 million US dollars, accounting for 83.8% of the unqualified batches respectively, accounting for 80.0% of the unqualified weight, accounting for 88.8% of the unqualified value. The unqualified product identification has become the main unqualified item for imported disposable sanitary products in 2011.
The amount of imported baby diapers has increased rapidly in recent years, mainly due to the arrival of the birth peak of China's population and the improvement of national living standards. More and more babies are beginning to use high-quality imported diapers, and domestic demand has increased dramatically. Some traders directly purchase large quantities of diapers from the markets of Japan and South Korea to China. Since these diapers are not specifically prepared for the Chinese market, it is easy to cause no Chinese logos or labels that do not meet the requirements. occur.