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The Food Safety & Hygiene bulletin contains useful food safety information, of particular relevance to the Australian food industry. The Food Safety ToolKit™ is a comprehensive software package, which enables your company to develop a food safety system covering all aspects of your food safety obligations. The Make it Safe book by CSIRO Food and Nutritional Sciences provides practical guidance
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The Food Safety & Hygiene bulletin contains useful food safety information, of particular relevance to the Australian food industry.

The Food Safety ToolKit™ is a comprehensive software package, which enables your company to develop a food safety system covering all aspects of your food safety obligations.

The Make it Safe book by CSIRO Food and Nutritional Sciences provides practical guidance on how to control food safety hazards, with a specific focus on controls suitable for small-scale businesses to implement.

The shelf life of food is determined by a number of factors, including microbiological changes, moisture transfer, and chemical or biochemical reactions.

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Food safety information sources:

Food Safety and Hygiene bulletin
The Food Safety Toolkit™
Make it Safe: A Guide to Food Safety
Fact sheets
Links to useful food safety information

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