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About us

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.

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  • About us

    The NSW Food Authority works with key agencies including local councils and NSW Health to ensure effective food safety and food quality management underpins

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    Section linking to various official registers published by the Food Authority
  • Credit cards

    Methods to pay tax invoices from the NSW Food Authority are shown on each invoice.

    Methods include:

  • Folders

    Members of the public can access a range of information created or maintained by the NSW Food Authority.

  • Buildings

    Government links 

    We work with other regulators and policy bodies in NSW and nationally. They include:

     

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    The NSW food industry is subject to requirements outlined in the:

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