The ultimate guide to Australian & New Zealand food product compliance, as an ‘all-in-one’ comprehensive online knowledgebase platform.
For beginners through to seasoned professionals, FoodLegal InHouse focuses specifically on analysis and commentary for regulatory compliance and the legal issues affecting each phase of the product development lifecycle.
You can explore our knowledgebase articles by browsing the category tiles below, or by using the Search bar in the top left corner. Each category features our Compliance Steps and Explanatory Materials accompanied by the relevant Laws and Regulations, and additional Useful Resources. You can also access the current version Food Standards Code directly below.
Q. Will InHouse keep up to date with any changes to the Food Standards Code?
A. Yes. InHouse is constantly being updated to reflect any changes within the Food Standards Code and also as they happen within the food industry.
InHouse subscribers will receive monthly email alerts to flag any changes made to InHouse. There is also a Notification and Updates tab on the right hand side of the screen that will identify recent changes and additions.
Q. Does InHouse address areas of regulation outside of the Food Standards Code?
A. Yes, InHouse provides comprehensive guidance on a range of areas of regulation, such as trade measurement, ACCC, Australian Consumer Law, Health Star Rating system, Food Acts etc.
Q. Can I access individual Standards from the Food Standards Code?
A. All Standards and Schedules are accessible, full searchable and printable within InHouse.
Q. Does InHouse take into account the revised Food Standards Code effective 1st March 2016?
A. Yes. InHouse provides all of the revised Standards and Schedules. InHouse compliance steps and guidance materials have been updated to reflect the revised Code and any include changes, such as specified names. InHouse will retain information on the existing Code during the transitional period for reference.
Q. Does InHouse provide case studies and examples?
A. Yes, there are relevant links to case studies provided where applicable for each category. Examples are provided throughout InHouse documents where relevant to assist in decision making and interpretation.