The first one designates Pingtan as one of the four ports on the Chinese mainland to import cooked meat from Taiwan. The meat will be sold at a local duty-free Taiwanese commodity market.
The second policy authorizes Pingtan to inspect and quarantine animal and plant-deprived food in a bid to facilitate customs clearance.
The last is to carry out a classified regulation on food and cosmetics imported from Taiwan and sold at the duty-free Taiwanese Commodity Market in Pingtan, which also aims to accelerate customs clearance.
AQSIQ inspection personnel for Taiwan-imported food will be shortened from 20 to 7 workdays.