FoodLegal can alleviate areas of stress for our clients, help manage pain-points, relieve bottlenecks in supply chains, manage risks, and streamline processes to get more products more quickly to customers.
Our consulting services, compliance risk mitigation support tools and training courses have been adapted to meet the changing market conditions and provide flexibility in meeting increased product demand.
Australia's premier periodical in food law and policy issues. It focuses specifically on analysis and commentary for regulatory compliance and the legal issues affecting food and food industry participants
A summary of food regulatory developments in Australia and internationally for the month of November 2023.
As more and more sales of food occur online, food businesses often question how they can use innovative features such as QR codes to provide labelling information and other information online. This article addresses important regulatory issues businesses should consider in presenting information online, including the way that labelling information is regulated under the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code and top concerns for presenting marketing claims online.
Australia has a ‘co-regulatory’ system made of government laws and industry codes of practice to regulate food advertising towards children. Industry Codes of Practice contain specific requirements which apply alongside broad legislative prohibitions on misleading or deceptive conduct. This article addresses recent developments in children’s marketing, including changes to the Codes of Practice that are due to take effect in December 2023, and a new proposed law that would impose additional legal restrictions for certain types of marketing.
As more consumers seek out products with anti-ageing benefits, some food businesses have considered whether and how they can incorporate anti-ageing ingredients and marketing claims into their products. This article explores the science behind several anti-ageing claims and ingredients, as well as the regulatory issues food businesses must consider.
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FoodLegal specialises in food law consultancy, compliance risk management, certification of product compliance integrity for food and beverage products and other allied products
We advise Australia's largest food companies, international brands, as well as small-to-medium sized enterprises and startups.
Our team of lawyers and consultants represent food manufacturers, importers, distributors, brand marketers, retailers, industry associations and groups.
We also work with clients from allied fields such as complementary medicines, life sciences, agribusiness and farmer-producers.
Give your team a mastery of food compliance and risk management. Streamline your development and compliance processes with our legal and scientific hands-on experience. Dynamic, easy-to-understand legal commentary. All the benefits of having FoodLegal lawyers in-house.
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