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The Chinese authorities have started a '100-day operation' in a bid to weed out unscrupulous industry practices prevalent in the country's health food market.
Ninety-eight per cent of the approved health food filings in China over the last 18 months went to domestic firms, a Chinese regulatory consultancy has found.
Probiotics and e-commerce are two of the most prominent priorities for Chinese consumers when it comes to dietary supplements, according to a Mintel report on 2018's top supplement trends in China.
Australian regulator the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is advising "extreme caution" when purchasing health supplements online, after discovering cancer-causing contaminants in a Chinese herbal cough product.
Nestlé is furthering its foray into the A2 milk sector, having most recently launched the world's first A2 milk powder for mothers in China.
Here is a list of top non-China APAC January stories to take note of.
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