Allergen focus: Australia and New Zealand look to tighten mandatory labelling rules
Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) is looking to implement stricter mandatory allergen labelling regulations in both countries, particularly surrounding aspects such as clarity, consistency and prominence, and has opened this proposal to public comment.
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