Abstract:Far sea/deep sea fishery is one of the main lifeline of Taiwan fisheries’ development. Taiwan far sea fishery operates over the three oceans, and about 2 thousand operating vessels, which has recognized as one of the main high seas fishing countries in the world. Taiwan far sea fishery’s main exporting products are tuna, squid, saury and skipjack, and the major exporting countries are Japan, USA, Thailand, South Korea, European Union, and China, which soon will sign ECFA with us. To facilitate the export of Taiwan far sea fishery products, it is necessary to understand and integrate the major exporters of health and safety control regulations, and compared with the Taiwan’s managing system. Far sea fishery catching products is highly popular with elevated value among consumers, yet the strong demands on strict compliance with food quality and hygiene was directed to it. Active management is the responsibility of the authority. So far, the production of far sea fisheries is still higher than aquaculture ones, and the efficiently management of the authority becomes the duty of great responsibility. Therefore, quality control and hygiene assurance could be achieved via appropriate surveillance on the supply chain. It offers the benefits as protecting the health and safety for local consumers, along with reducing the trade disputes to guard the nation’s image. The main purpose of this study is to compare and analysis the difference of importing management systems between Taiwan and our main far sea fishery exporting countries. This will includes the health and safety control laws, administration of ceritification, pre-arrival notification system, border sampling, favored-nation treatment, and case studies. The result will help to smooth exporting far sea fishery products of Taiwan.