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The NSW food industry is a significant contributor to the economy with 55,000 food businesses across the state. The food processing industry alone contributes $25 billion.

Keeping food safe is vital for NSW food businesses and they have a responsibility to make sure the food they produce, process, store, distribute and sell is safe for human consumption and correctly labelled.



COVID-19 (Coronavirus) advice

COVID-19 awareness for food service voluntary training course (FREE)

Audits, compliance and TPAs

Enforcement of the Food Act 2003 helps achieve the effective management of food safety risks and the prevention of misleading conduct in connection with the sale of food.


The NSW Food Authority can issue export certificates to NSW food manufacturers to facilitate export trade. However, the first port of call is the Australian Department of Agriculture.

Latest news and alerts

Latest news and alerts

General Circular - Salmonella Enteritidis testing requirements - due by 1 October

8 Sep 2020

The NSW Food Authority is contacting egg producers to ensure they have the information and resources available to help me

Haigh's Milk MaltiChocs 250g

3 Sep 2020
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MILKLAB and Blue Diamond Almond Milk

2 Sep 2020
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