AUSTRALIA: ANZFA calls for labelling law feedback
The Australia-New Zealand Food Authority (ANZFA) has requested comments on the practice of including the place of production on food labels. Ian Lindenmayer, managing director of ANZFA, revealed yesterday that the authority would like to gather some feedback on the differences in labelling laws in Australia and New Zealand. He commented that there are many markedly different labelling practices between the two countries, notably with regard to trade practices and fair-trading.
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