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Classified for Harvest for Human Consumption in Accordance with Regulation 48 of the Animal Products (Regulated Control Scheme – Bivalve Molluscan Shellfish) Regulations 2006
If you are a food manufacturer, food service operator, butcher, food retailer, hospital, school, or even a family household you will be generating food waste. Some of you may be recycling this waste as food for pigs. While this is an environmentally friendly way of disposing of your food waste, there is a risk associated with it that you will need to manage.
A register of MPI export plant approved organisations
Use different chopping boards and knives for raw meat, poultry and cooked or ready-to-eat food
Separate your kai. Use different chopping boards and knives for raw meat, poultry and cooked or ready-to-eat food.
This booklet lists the food additives approved by the Food Standards Code for use in food. Additives can improve the keeping quality of a food by making it last longer on the shelf or in the fridge (for example, a preservative to prevent the growth of bacteria or a humectant to stop food from drying out), or improve the taste or appearance of a food (for example by the use of flavours, thickeners and colours).
This paper seeks agreement to develop a Bill to amend the Forests Act 1949 toestablish a wood legality assurance system that:
a.reflects New Zealand’s commitment to reduce the global trade in illegallyharvested wood; and
b.ensures the legality of New Zealand wood products
List of Certified Samplers Last updated 9 September 2020