The scoping paper considers how legislative and operational changes can assist Food Standards Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ) to efficiently and effectively deliver its current statutory functions. It also considers whether FSANZ should be taking on a wider role, either in Australia and /or New Zealand. The scoping paper summarises the issues and tensions observed within the system and articulates possible ideas for reform. It is deliberately solutions-focused and designed to elicit commentary on what impact various regulatory changes might have for different stakeholder groups, as well as encourage new ideas for consideration.
The FSANZ Act Review will include a comprehensive examination of the effectiveness of the FSANZ Act and the associated operations and responsibilities of Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ).
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