FSANZ

AcronymDefinition
FSANZFood Standards Australia New Zealand
FSANZFree Ski Association of New Zealand
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Conversely, one of the risks of comparing group responses with actual FSANZ decisions is that students become cynical of the process, and refuse to participate.
"After reviewing the available data, FSANZ has determined there are no public health or safety issues associated with using this enzyme.
(16) The FSANZ proposal for nutrition, health and related claims (P293), when completed, will provide an appropriate process for the substantiation of claims of enhanced health outcome through the consumption of functional foods.
FSANZ was established to administer joint food standards governed by a statutory board of 12 people from New Zealand and Australia.
FSANZ assesses the safety of foods and food ingredients in accordance with accepted risk-based principles (40).
FSANZ concluded there were no public health and safety concerns relating to the use of the processing aids in wine.
In June 2016, the Federal Department of Health engaged FSANZ to develop final health-based guidance values, to replace the interim values adopted by enHealth, to assist Australian regulatory authorities to assess the human health risks of site contamination.
FSANZ can accept, amend or reject amendments to the Code developed or varied by the Australian and New Zealand Food Regulation Ministerial Council (ANZFRMC)
Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) has called for submissions on a minor proposal to make minor changes to the Food Standards Code.
The data used in this database were sourced and compiled by Dr Paul Percival (RMIT) with the assistance of Greg Milligan (FSANZ formerly ANZFA) and Fiona Kelly (Department of Food Science, RMIT University).
Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) has called for submissions on an application to consider incorporating certain maximum residue limits (MRLs) for the veterinary chemical avilamycin in the Food Standards Code.
Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) has called for submissions on permitting a wider range of steviol glycosides to be used as intense sweeteners.