AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND: ANZFA seeks comment on GM cotton, MSG in restaurants
The Australia New Zealand Food Authority (ANZFA) has invited public comment on proposed changes to the Food Standards Code (FSC), including approval for the sale of food derived from GM cotton, two novel foods and a declaration of MSG by restaurants and food outlets. ANZFA's MD Ian Lindenmayer said the proposed changes were but the latest to a code that will continue to evolve in the light of changing needs of consumers and industry, and advances in food science and nutrition.
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