As Australia’s first and only wholly integrated through-chain food regulatory agency, the NSW Food Authority is responsible for regulating and monitoring food safety across the entire food industry supply chain in NSW - from paddock to plate.
The Food Authority plays a vital role in protecting the health and wellbeing of the people in NSW through:
- mitigating food safety risks
- rapidly responding in the event of a food safety incident
- improving the clarity and accessibility of food information
- providing education, training and technical information to consumers and industry.
Last updated: 23-December-2015