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Resources for food businesses

This page has a number of resources to help inform and update food businesses on particular food safety topics and legislative requirements. Topics include:

Food Safety Kits

Food safety kits are available for both food businesses and community and charity groups. Both kits also include the posters below.

The Food Safety Kit for Businesses is to assist food businesses in understanding key aspects of the mandatory Food Safety standards for all food businesses. A number of the fact sheets have been prepared by Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ).

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Posters

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Translated posters

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Food safety information

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Legislative requirements

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Food Safety Management Systems

There are certain high risk food business sectors that are required to implement food safety management systems (FSMS) such as audited food safety programs (FSP). The following provides information for food businesses in these sectors on food safety audits and the food safety requirements;

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Primary production and processing standards

The Standards in Chapter 4 of the Food Standards Code sets out food safety and suitability requirements for certain primary production and processing. The following aims to help businesses determine if they are a primary producer or a food business. If a food business, these information sheets aim to educate and raise awareness on the requirements that must be met:

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Vulnerable population sector

Standard 3.3.1 of the Food Standards Code sets out food safety program requirements for businesses involved with food service to vulnerable persons. This following information is on food safety management systems that have been introduced for this sector:

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Print ready resources

As we transition to digital materials, the ordering of print materials will be reduced. As of 1 October 2019, you will no longer be able to order print materials for this area. Downloadable versions of the materials will be made available on the relevant pages on the SA Health Website.

The documents below are to be downloaded and sent to a professional printer. These documents should be set up ready for print. The Printing Instructions (PDF 187KB) will help guide you to be able to print the materials in a similar way to what they are provided by SA Health.

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Other resources

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