FBIA Roundup Update

Department of Agriculture and Water Resources  Imported Food Section Update: 23-Jun-17 | 12-17 | Community Protection Profile question for fish  Here are FSANZ’s media issues for the week 19/6/17 – 25/6/17: General Seven per cent of Americans—about 16 million people—believe chocolate milk comes from brown cows. Nearly half of them, 48 per cent, didn’t know where … [Read more…]

Weekly Roundup 22 December 2016

Waiver period extended for eligible veterinary active constituent applications For those veterinary active constituent applications which meet the scope of the vet actives project, we have extended the period to waive, partially waive or refund fees associated with Item 17 and 18 applications until the end of June 2017. For more information please contact the Veterinary Actives team … [Read more…]

Weekly Roundup 16 December 2016

  9 December 2016 Failing Food Reports Import Food section update September and October failing food report The failing food report for SEPTEMBER and OCTOBER 2016 is now available to view on the website and can be accessed via the following link: http://www.agriculture.gov.au/import/goods/food/inspection-compliance/failing-food-reports 9 December 2016 Import Industry Advice Notice 117/2016 Import Conditions Review – Used Machinery … [Read more…]

Weekly Roundup – 2 December 2016

Edition No. 24, 29 November 2016 is now available on the APVMA website. As a subscriber, you will receive an email notification each time a new Gazette is published. CONTENTS Erratum Notice – page 3 Agricultural Chemical Products and Approved Labels – page 4 Veterinary Chemical Products and Approved Labels – page 8 Approved Active Constituents – page 10 Approved Active Constituents—Veterinary … [Read more…]

Weekly Round Up 25th November 2016

Media Release: Updated Safe Food Australia Guide Now Available Date: 21/11/2016 Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) today released the third edition of Safe Food Australia. Safe Food Australia is a guide to the food safety standards in the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code. FSANZ Chief Executive Officer Steve McCutcheon said Safe Food Australia … [Read more…]