The law stipulates that a unified federal information system for the traceability of grains and their products shall be established to realize the supervision of the whole chain of grains from production to circulation, and to ensure the reliability of relevant information; the system shall include grain producers, owners, carriers, and Information on the storage party, shipper, and consignee, and prohibits the import and export of grains in the absence of consignment documents.
The law will take effect on January 1, 2022, and the specific supervision work will be officially launched on July 1, 2021 by relevant departments authorized by the federal government.
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