The China Ministry of Health (MOH) recently added 258 substances to the approved list of substances that can be used in food packaging materials. The new additives include substances such as 2-diethylaminoethanol, caprolactam, and 12-hydroxystearic acid. The move is considered to be the Chinese government’s attempt to ease administrative burdens on producers or importers of food containers and package materials. READ MORE
Sally Li is an EHS policy and regulatory expert for the Greater China Region (GCR) for Enhesa, an international EHS regulatory compliance firm. Ms. Li’s main focus is on monitoring new EHS regulatory and policy developments in the GCR; developing regulatory compliance assurance tools for multinational companies with a GCR presence; and advising clients about their EHS compliance strategy in China. She also has experience at the US Securities and Exchange Commission Division of Enforcement. As a Chinese national who has lived in the US for more than seven years, Ms. Li holds a J.D. degree from the American University Washington College of Law; an M.S. degree in Human Resources Development and Counseling from the University of Bridgeport; as well as a B.A. degree in English from Jianghan University, China. Ms. Li is admitted to the New York Bar, and speaks English, Mandarin and Cantonese.