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FSANZ social science

Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) has published a range of social science research, literature reviews and regulation impact statements. These studies and reviews are often prepared to support an application or proposal to change the Food Standards Code, or to better understand consumer awareness, attitudes and behaviours in relation to food labelling and consumption.

FSANZ social science research

Allergens

Country of origin labelling

Food safety

Fortification and added vitamins and minerals

General labelling

Infant foods and infant formula

Miscellaneous

Nutrition content and health claims

Nutrition labelling

Sports foods

FSANZ social science literature reviews

Allergens

Country of origin labelling

General labelling

Infant foods and infant formula

Miscellaneous

Nutrition content and health claims

Nutrition labelling

Regulation Impact Statements

FSANZ is required by the Office of Best Practice Regulation (OBPR) to undertake a regulatory impact assessment and prepare a Regulation Impact Statement (RIS) for all proposed changes to the Food Standards Code. This maximizes efficiency of new and amended regulation and avoids unnecessary compliance costs and restrictions on competition.

P1026 - Lupin as an allergen

P1016 - Hydrocyanic Acid in Apricot Kernels & Other Foods

P1029 – Maximum Level for Tutin in Honey

P1014 - Primary Production & Processing Standard for Meat & Meat Products

P293 - Nutrition, Health and Related Claims

P1004 - Primary Production & Processing Standard for Seed Sprouts

P301 - Primary Production and Processing Standard for Eggs and Egg Products

P1011 - Country of Origin Labelling – Unpackaged Meat Products

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