Food & hygiene

Find out about temporary food licences for events and food hygiene compliance.

Serving fish and chips
It is a requirement that all food businesses in Queensland comply with all requirements of the Food Act 2006, including the Food Safety Standards. The primary purpose of the Food Act 2006 is to ensure food for sale is safe and suitable for human consumption.  Council’s Environmental Health Officers conduct routine inspections of food premises to monitor compliance with the Food Act 2006 and to help ensure only safe and suitable food is being sold.  Off ...
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The Queensland Food Act 2006 (Food Safety Standards) require that: All persons undertaking food handling operations have appropriate skills and knowledge in food safety matters (accredited or non-accredited training). All licensable food businesses require a food safety supervisor (accredited training only)   Food businesses require a food safety supervisor All licensed food businesses must have an approved food safety supervisor. The licensee of the food business may be the food s ...
Information about footpath dining approvals can be found in the Footpath dining article under our Planning for a business section of the website. ...
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