ACCC moves further into the food regulatory space with yoghurt infringement

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission recently took action against a yoghurt manufacturer for an issue that represented a clear breach of the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code. This article addresses why the ACCC, rather than a food regulator, took action, and what this could mean for food enforcement actions moving forward. We also highlight other instances where the Food Standards Code has been used to support action brought by non-food regulators.

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