Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ)

Current Consultations (as at 16 April 2019)
FSANZ A1160 Rebaudioside MD as a Steviol Glycoside from Saccharomyces cerevisiae  10 May 2019
Department of Industry Innovation and Science - Measurement in everyday life 31 May 2019


Information on FSANZ food regulation consultations can be found on the FSANZ website
FSANZ Work Plan
The current FSANZ Work Plan (as at 04 March 2019) can be found on the FSANZ website.
FSANZ - Frequently Asked Regulation Questions
The questions cover topics such as: 
- Starting a food business
- Importing foods
- Labelling
- Nutrition information panels
- Additives
- Changing the Food Standards Code
- Chemicals in food- Food composition
- Nutrition and nutritive substances.
Visit the FSANZ website to access the answers to these questions.
Measurement in Everyday Life
Measurement plays a key role in the everyday life of Australians. By ensuring our measurement law is efficient and effective, we can save businesses, organisations and individuals time, effort and money.
The Department of Industry, Innovation and Science wants to hear your thoughts on how Australia's measurement law, particularly how it might be modernised, streamlined or simplified.
This consultation is seeking views on three discussion papers:
Department of Agriculture and Water Resources – Failing Food Reports
Failing food reports identify foods that have failed analytical testing or do not meet the compositional requirements of the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code.
The most recent Failing Foods Reports up to February 2019 can be accessed here.