|Council has a responsibility to ensure that all food sold within the municipality is safe and prepared in an hygenic manner. |
Environmental health surveyors and Council's food safety officer regularly visit places that sell food which includes shops, markets, stalls, charitable functions and festivals to ensure the correct preparation and safe sale of food.
It should be noted that food sold at markets is required to be prepared in registered kitchens.
Anyone who wishes to sell food must be registered with the council as a Food Premises, Food Vending Vehicle or Temporary Food Premises and are subject to the conditions of the Food Act 1984 and the Food Standards Legislation.
Council also has a responsibility to oversee the construction of new food premises prior to registration.
Contact the Environmental Health Unit for further information on (03)5232 9429 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
| Department of Health Food Safety Website|
|The Department of Health website contains general information on food safety and food safety plans. |
The Unit carries out work in cooperation with local government, the Commonwealth, other national, state and international regulatory bodies and with other State Government Departments. It also works closely with industry bodies, community and consumer organisations and training providers.
Information is available in many different languages and can be accessed by clicking on the following address: