ANZFA

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ANZFAAustralian New Zealand Food Authority
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On comparison with permissible limit of 1 ppm set by ANZFA (2008), it was revealed that the mean Pb concentration in brain and liver samples of mutton and flesh samples of beef exceeded the limit, indicating the potential risk to human from the second mosthazardous substance worldwide (ATSDR, 2013).
The Pb in liver of livestock at Soara was 4.8 and at Nurpur 2.7 times higher than the permissible limit of 1mg/kg (ANZFA, 2001).
Current limits set by the ANZFA for Cd concentrations in cereals, however, can be exceeded in the production of some wheat varieties.
A potential health-warning label recently under consideration by the Australian New Zealand Food Authority (ANZFA) is of particular interest to our research.
ANZFA is an independent expert body, responsible for developing and reviewing food standards; coordinating national food surveillance; enforcement and recall arrangements; conducting research; developing policies for imported food; and developing codes of practice.
OGTR would serve only as a back-up, with existing product regulators, such as the Food Authority (ANZFA), the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) and the Quarantine Service (AQIS), continuing to receive proposals.
The Australia/New Zealand Food Authorities (ANZFA) have given their stamp of approval to a new all-natural polyol sweetener.
The methods critiqued are those that appear in the "Full Assessment Report and Regulatory Impact Assessment," written by the Australian and New Zealand Food Authority (ANZFA) as the result of a request that these soybeans be permitted into Australia.
Research by ANZFA (Australia New Zealand Food Authority, PO Box 10559, The Terrace, Wellington 6036, New Zealand) shows the most desired information is about fat and saturated fat, followed by energy.
Report to ANZFA, Food Labeling Issues--Consumer Quality Research.
In addition to the potential problems with applying biosolids to acid soils, further constraints are placed on their use in Australia because health authorities (National Health and Medical Health Research Council, National Food Authority, and Australia and New Zealand National Food Authority) have set maximum permissible concentrations (MPC) for contaminants in foodstuffs (for import and domestic consumption) which are lower than those allowed in many other countries, particularly for Cd (ANZFA 1996).
These foods have not yet been assessed by the Australian and New Zealand Food Authority (ANZFA) for their safety to human health, and are not labelled as genetically engineered.