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. We are available to provide advice on how we can support your business improve resilience in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please contact us for more information.
FoodLegal specialises in providing solutions and advice in relation to regulatory issues surrounding the Food Standards Code, Australian Consumer Law as well as advice in relation to product development and food marketing compliance
FoodLegal can assess your marketing and media campaigns for compliance with relevant laws, including the Food Standards Code and the Australian Consumer Law. We assess all forms of marketing, including labels, print, radio and television advertisements, websites and social media.
FoodLegal can assess your packaging, labelling and artwork for compliance with all relevant laws, including: the Food Standards Code, Australian Consumer Law, National Trade Measurement Regulations and the Country of Origin Information Standard.
We frame our advice in terms of level of risk to assist you in your commercial decision-making process.
We can provide special arrangements for bulk assessment work.
FoodLegal frames its advice in terms of risk of non-compliance, which provides risk management strategies and solutions to assist you in your commercial decision-making process. This is drawn from our extensive expertise in working with food companies and dealing with various regulators.
FoodLegal has experience preparing and drafting novel food submissions. Depending on your needs, we can assist you in your submission or submit on your behalf. We have a wide network of food scientists and food technologists to ensure the relevance of the content of a submission.
FoodLegal has good relationships with Government agencies including state food regulators, FSANZ, the Department of Agriculture, Department of Health and the ACCC. We are able to communicate with government agencies on your behalf and assist in resolving any dispute.
FoodLegal can answer all your Plain English Allergen Labelling (PEAL) related questions, from required label update timeframes, how allergens must now be declared, how cross-contact and precautionary allergen statements are affected to what substances are no longer allergens and what can no longer be stated on the product label.
We can provide a fixed fee label review arrangement to advise about the new obligations and/or a private training session.