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Recent trend of ‘slack-fill’ actions in the US: what are the comparative regulatory risks in Australia?

Published: 14 Feb 2018

This article examines what laws govern ‘slack-fill’ in packaging of foods in Australia as compared with the United States. The concept of slack-fill is when a food package or container contains empty space, usually for a technological purpose to protect the food contained within from damage or deterioration.

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