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Food businesses in Cockburn must comply with regulations and monitoring. The City’s Health Services undertake regular monitoring of businesses and groups who sell food to the public to make sure they comply with legislation. The City also provides education and training on safe food handling.
The City’s Health Services work with local food businesses and community groups who produce food for sale, to make sure that they comply with current legislation and sell safe food to the public.
All food business in Australia must comply with national regulations and standards. The Food Act 2008, Food Regulations 2009, and the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code set the requirements for food businesses in Australia.
All food businesses must be registered with the City of Cockburn.
The City’s Health Services:
Under current legislation, all food handlers need to have adequate food safety skills and knowledge when employed in a commercial kitchen. Please see the City’s information on food handling and training for more information.
Please contact the Health Services Department for more information on food regulations and monitoring on 08 9411 3444 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
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