AUSTRALIA: ANFZA gives green light to Steritech to irradiate products for domestic market
For the first time, the Australia and New Zealand Food Authority ( ANZFA ) has approved the use of irradiation as a means of killing potentially dangerous microbes in food products sold in Australia. Steritech , the Melbourne-based sterilisation company that operates the only irradiation plant in the country, has been granted the right to irradiate herbs and spices for the domestic market.
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