NSW has around 40,000 retail food businesses including bakeries, B&Bs, bistros, cafes, canteens, caterers, delicatessens, health food shops, home businesses, kiosks, licensed clubs, markets, restaurants, mobile and street vendors, and takeaways.
They account for significant employment and economic activity in the state.
Retail food businesses that sell food to the public are responsible for providing safe food to consumers.
For details of standards retail businesses need to comply with see below:
Retail meat butchers should see the butchers industry page.
Food service facilities for vulnerable persons such as aged care and hospitals should see the vulnerable persons industry pages.