See all MPI's food safety Standards for Risk Management Programmes (RMPs).
Up to Australian amendment No. 176. Effective 26 February 2018. Includes adoption of Food Standards Code, amendments relating to a genetically modified potato and canola, and a new enzyme as a processing aid in bakery products. Excludes Amendment 169 for hemp seed products which requires changes to NZ law before it can be adopted.
This revocation standard is the Food (Revocation of Maximum Residue Limits of Agricultural Compounds, Importer Listing, Importer General Requirements, Prescribed Foods, and Imported Milk and Milk Products Standards) Standard 2016
This standard sets requirements for the processing of UCFM (including, without limitation, products such as salami and beer sticks). UCFM is also a prescribed food under Food (Prescribed Foods) Standard 2007.
Gives effect to part of New Zealand's obligations under the agreement between the governments of New Zealand and Australia concerning a joint Food Standards System.
The purpose of this standard is to a) provide an interim regulatory arrangement for supplemented food until there are appropriate provisions in the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code (the Code); and b) regulate the “food-type” dietary supplements that were formerly regulated under the Dietary Supplements Regulations 1985.
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