CHINA: GFSI safety scheme to help exports - China's COFCO

By Mark Godfrey | 23 July 2012

Taking part in the international Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) will help Chinese food group COFCO grow in overseas markets, the state-backed company has said.

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Taking part in the international Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) will help Chinese food group COFCO grow in overseas markets, the state-backed company has said.

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