The government and food producers do aim to provide safe food supply to the customers and the community but they cannot always guarantee a safe food supply. They do work to protect the consumers from unsafe foods by passing laws that make it illegal to supply unsafe food. The government also works to reduce the incidence of an unsafe food supply by setting up organizations that work to try and maintain a safe food supply to the consumers.
Firstly, the government cannot always guarantee a safe food supply but it does work to reduce the incidence of an unsafe food supply to the consumers by setting up organizations that work to maintain a safe food supply to the consumers. The Food Standards Australia New Zealand (formerly ANZFA) protects the health and safety of the people in Australia and New Zealand by maintaining a safe food supply. In Australia, Food Standards Australia New Zealand develops food standards to cover the whole of the food supply chain - from paddock to plate - for both the food manufacturing industry and primary producers.
Food Standards Australia New Zealand works in partnership with Australia's Commonwealth, State and Territory governments and the New Zealand Government. The Australian and new Zealand food authority (ANZFA) has the responsibilities which are to develop standards for food manufacturing, labelling, processing and primary production, to provide information to consumers to enable better consumer choice, to coordinate national food surveillance, enforcement and food recall, to conduct consumer and industry research, to undertake dietary exposure modelling and scientific risk assessments and to provide risk assessment advice on imported food.
Another organisation includes the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing's (DoHA) is currently undertaking a two-year program of work to gain sound data on the incidence of food borne illness and to...