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Food Safety in the City of Bunbury

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City of Bunbury Environmental Health Officers conduct routine food safety and hygiene assessments of all business premises preparing food for sale to the public.
Assessments are carried out to ascertain compliance of the food business with the requirements of the Food Act 2008 and the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code.
Handling of food for sale is governed by the Food Act 2008 and the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code - Food Safety Standards. The Food Standards Code requires all outlets selling food to notify the City.
Food premises that have a licence from the City can operate outdoor eating areas in accordance with the City of Bunbury’s Local Government and Public Property Local Laws.

Food Premises and Product Complaints

For complaints regarding food businesses within the City of Bunbury that have unsatisfactory hygiene or maintenance standards, or for suspected food poisoning cases, or if you have found a foreign object in a food product (please keep the portion) contact our Environmental Health Services team.
Food composition, labelling and safety are governed by the Australian Food Standards Code.