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    And, while organically-grown foods satisfy the basic requirements of “clean” nutrition, the truth is organic standards set the bar pretty low when it comes to sustainable farming.

  • Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code – Standard 1.1.2

    Standard 1.1.2 Definitions used throughout the Code. Note 1 This instrument is a standard under the Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991 (Cth).

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    GE-Free New Zealand in food and environment. Scientists Warn New-Style GMOs Must Not Escape Regulation. (14/11/2017) FSANZ must require all gene-edited foods to be analysed using "omics" technology to look at gene expression, metabolites, and the protein profile.

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    Generic name. Conditions for Use. cereals. Where the cereal is wheat, rye, barley, oats or spelt or their hybridised strains then the specific name of the cereal must be declared.

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    Download the document. The use of 1080 for pest control (PDF, 748K) Full text of document Foreword. The introduction of mammal pests such as rabbits, stoats, ferrets and possums to New Zealand has resulted in a unique and complex set of ecological and animal disease control problems that we struggle to manage.

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    The standards in the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code are legislative instruments under the Legislation Act 2003.The authoritative versions of these standards are on the Australian Government Federal Register of Legislation or via the links below.

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    Sidebars. THE SYMPTOMS OF CELIAC. Celiac disease is characterized by a chronic inflammation of the small intestine driven by a multi-gene response to a specific chain of peptides (gliadin proteins) in modern wheat gluten, and in analogous protein chains in rye and barley.

  • Porridge - Wikipedia

    Porridge (also spelled porage, porrige, parritch) is a food commonly eaten as a breakfast cereal dish, made by boiling ground, crushed or chopped starchy plants—typically grain—in water or milk.

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