AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND: ANZFA seeks comment on standards for dietary supplements, irradiated fruit
The Australia New Zealand Food Authority (ANZFA) has invited the public and interested organisations to comment on proposed changes to the Food Standards Code (FSC), including new requirements for food-type dietary supplements and the irradiation of tropical fruits, by 7 August 2002. ANZFA's MD Ian Lindenmayer said ANZFA is expected to become Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) on 1 July 2002 and so future invitations for public comment on food matters would come from the new Authority: "FSANZ will maintain and build on ANZFA's approach of being open and transparent in consulting the public about all possible new food standards.
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