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Draft standards for public enquiry - SANS 10330
SANS 10330 (SABS 0330) (2017-10-10)
Requirements for a Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) system - this standard is also available for comment until 8 December 2017
Hot off the government printing presses!
So what's happening on the food front? Well, foodstuffs have featured again in parliament in the last few months with some new regulations and proposed changes coming under the pen of Minister Motsoaledi -including sodium, antibiotics and pesticides!
APS inspections– now a reality, whether we like it or not!
Late last year the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) announced the designation of the first two assignees for local and import inspections pertaining to fresh produce, grain and its related products. According to DAFF...
Enforcement of the Agricultural Product Standards Act
So how do you know the grade of the apple you are munching on? Or the steak you enjoyed last night? Did you pay a fair price for the quality of the product you were sold? Well, that’s how the Agricultural Product standards Act protects you as a consumer.
South Africa's sugar tax: a bold move, and the right thing to do
South Africa’s planned sugar tax has come under severe scrutiny from its parliamentarians. The questions they’re grappling with are whether the country needs a tax and how effective it will be.
Regulation 1091 of 19 November 2010 SUMMARY March 2011
This piece of legislation is relevant to the labelling and advertising of both pre-packaged and non-prepackaged or bulk stock foods. All information required by the regulations has to be kept on file
for inspection within 2 days.
Legal pain points you should take note of in 2017
We caught up with our favourite globe-trotting, flowing-locked lawyer-cum-engineer, Janusz Luterek from Hahn and Hahn, to find out his perspectives on the legal challenges you are likely to face this year in the food industry.
Managing your compliance records according to legislation
Have you ever wondered how long your need to keep your compliance records? We have put together some guidelines according to legislation - so make sure you tick the boxes!
New regulation for food additives R1425 and R1426
On 17 November 2016, the Minister of Health promulgated a new regulation for food additives. R1425 under FOODSTUFFS, COSMETICS AND DISINFECTANTS ACT, 1972 (ACT NO. 54 OF 1972) is the new REGULATIONS RELATING TO MISCELLANEOUS ADDITIVES IN FOODSTUFFS
Discover the legislation that related to mushroom growing, canning, slicing, packing and exporting in South Africa.
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