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  • Product Recalls - August (3)

    The NSW Food Authority advises that the following products have been recalled :

     

    • Aprisnax Australian Raw Apricot Kernels  -  1kg black food-grade stand-up pouch, shelf stable. Best Before NOV 2015

     

     

  • Clean lunch boxes reduce germs & illness

    As we know many children get sick but germs may be lurking in the most unexpected of places ... the lunch box!

    "Kids don't always wash their hands before handling their lunch boxes and food," says Natasha Haynes, a family and consumer science agent for Mississippi State University. "Since most lunches include finger foods, it's easy to see how germs and bacteria can make kids sick."

  • How to keep food safe at school

    Safe handling of food during school recess or lunchtime

  • Holidaymaker in hospital for 4 days with food poisoning at Mexican hotel

    An English holidaymaker on a birthday break in a Mexican hotel who was left needing hospital treatment after being struck down by food poisoning has been awarded compensation.

  • SW QLD bar staff & licensee prosecuted

    Meeting your responsible service of alcohol obligations must be taken seriously. This has been reconfirmed by the Office of Liquor & Gaming Regulation recently in a situation where the licensee and bar staff did not do this and it led to fatal consequences.

  • Product Recalls - August (2)

    The NSW Food Authority advises that the following products have been recalled :

     

    • Nayon Import Export Pty Ltd  -  Connie's Kitchen Gourmet Tuyo Dried Herrings (2nd recall)

     

     

  • The Safe Night Out Strategy - Red Carding

    The Queensland Government launched a Safe Night Out Strategy advertising campaign on Saturday 9 August 2014. It is a public awareness campaign to draw attention to the Safe Night Out Strategy and its zero tolerance on anti-social behaviour and drug and alcohol fuelled violence.

  • Networked ID scanners – have your say

    The QLD Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) is encouraging key industry stakeholders to have their say on the proposed minimum technical requirements of operators of the mandatory Identification Scanning System which is a key initiative under the Government’s Safe Night Out Strategy.

  • Food safety just as important as taste in 'Scores on Doors' video

    The NSW Food Authority launched a new video promoting the 'Scores on Doors' programme during its regional visit to Merimbula on Thursday 31 July 2014 in recognition of the Bega Valley Shire Council's joining of the recently refreshed and improved programme.

  • Product Recalls - August

    The NSW Food Authority advises that the following products have been recalled :

     

    • Cadbury Marvellous Creations Jelly Popping Candy and Beanies 50g bar - plastic flo-wrap packaging with purple background and colours on image. Best before 25/02/2015 and 26/02/2015