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Retail

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.

Highlights

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) advice

Updated: 1 April 2020, 11:45am

Allergies and intolerances

Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) sets standards for labelling of products containing food allergens, gluten and sulphite preservatives.

Licensing and notifying

Food businesses in NSW must either hold a licence from the NSW Food Authority or notify their business details to the relevant body.

Latest news and alerts

Latest news and alerts

General Circular - Auditing restrictions on licensed dairy farms and vulnerable persons facilities to be lifted

19 May 2020

An important update from the NSW Food Authority for all approved Third Party Auditors (TPAs).

General Circular - Auditing restrictions on vulnerable persons facilities to be lifted

19 May 2020

An important update from the NSW Food Authority for all licensees serving food to vulnerable persons
in NSW.

General Circular - Auditing restrictions on licensed dairies to be lifted

19 May 2020

An important update from the NSW Food Authority for licensed dairy farms in NSW.