One of the characteristics of the joint food regulation system is to make good regulatory decisions based on sound evidence that is proportionate to the associated risk.
The Food Regulation Policy Framework illustrates the steps followed to identify, assess and evaluate food policy issues.Summary reports from previous consultations are available.
Reports that support decision making and have been endorsed for public release
- Commercial foods for early childhood: Australia and New Zealand
- Aspirations for Australia and New Zealand’s food regulatory system
- Exploring options for improving the composition of the food supply
- The Australia and New Zealand Ministerial Forum on Food Regulation (Forum) response to the Health Star Rating System five year review
- Health Star Rating System five year review report
- Fermented Beverages Roundtable
- Sports Supplements Roundtable Report
- Policy Think Tank Reports - Supporting obesity prevention objectives
- Stakeholder Roundtable Trial Evaluation Report
- Literature review on consumer knowledge, attitudes and behaviours relating to fats and oils and fats and oils labelling
- Sugar Labelling
- The net benefits of energy labelling on alcoholic beverages
- Pregnancy warnings on alcohol labels
- Mandatory fortification of bread with folic acid and iodine
- Trans fatty acids in the New Zealand and Australian Food Supply
- Review of the Operations of the Ministerial Council
- Risk Profiling Framework
- Review of Food Labelling Law and Policy: Final Report – Labelling Logic, and Legislative and Governance Forum on Food Regulation response
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