In China, government departments also establish the regulations on food safety and undertake some operational tasks. However, the effectiveness of food life-cycle regulation in China is low. To improve food safety regulation, action is required to improve the life-cycle regulation and the implementation of food standards, such as the ISO22000 and GAP. Food safety standards are the basic conditions that are used by regulators to identify when there is a violation. Food safety standards are important, and China must place more emphasis on them. The electronic recording of food safety information is one aspect of China's regulations that could be improved. To reduce the occurrence of food safety incidents and the harm caused by food safety risks, regulators need to conduct scientific food safety impact assessment on various food production and utilization activities. The Food Safety Commission of the State Council (FSCSC) is a high-level consulting and coordinating body, whose remit is to implement the Food Safety Act.