Food Standards Australia New Zealand Enterprise Agreement

For more information on food allergies, visit Anaphylaxis Australia www.allergyfacts.org.au or Allergy New Zealand www.allergy.org.nz. FSANZ receives monthly feedback from most national and national food enforcement authorities on the lines of inquiry and results they have adopted on the ACCC`s mandatory reports. In most cases, the reports were properly reviewed by the company without the intervention of a supervisory authority. In a very small number of cases, the management body found that the company needed to take further action. Board, xi, xii, 66-8 ethical standards, 67 and Finance, Audit and Risk Management Committee, 67 and FSANZ Fellows, 26 main focus, 69 members attendance, attendance, qualifications and FSANZ has been considering ways to manage the acutey risk from consumption of raw apriricot kernels. After extensive consultation with stakeholders, we developed an IFS decision and a draft approval report. These are expected to be submitted to the Food Ministers in November 2015, when they consider the FSANZ recommendation to ban the sale of raw apricot kernels. U undeclared recalls of allergens and food products; xiv Unified Communications System, 49 United Kingdom Food Standards Agency, 29 United Nations Authority and Nanotechnology Symposium, 27 Australian States and Territories and Food standards recommended by FSANZ outcome (Program 1.1) A safe food supply and well informed consumers in Australia and New Zealand, including through the development of food regulatory measures and the promotion of their implementation, coordination of food recalls and monitoring of consumer and industry food practices 6. Foods with a shelf life of less than two years must have a “best before” date. It can still be safe to eat these foods after the best date before, but they may have lost quality and some nutritional value. Foods that, for health and safety reasons, should not be consumed after a given date must have a date of use. Except for bread that can be marked with a “cooked” or “cooked” date if its shelf life is less than seven days.

03 Introduction FSANZ is a data-centric organization. Digital or narrative information is the database that allows us to develop risk management options and make regulatory decisions.