As the national authority for food safety in Singapore, SFA has put in place an integrated food safety system (including policies and guidelines) to ensure that food sold in Singapore is safe for consumption.
Provides free access to Singapore Statutes and Subsidiary Legislation. Singapore Statutes Online ("SSO") is the official website for Singapore's legislation. SSO is owned by the Singapore Government and is managed by the Legislation Division of the Attorney-General's Chambers of Singapore.
FAOLEX is a comprehensive and up-to-date legislative and policy database, one of the world's largest electronic collection of national laws, regulations and policies on food, agriculture and natural resources management. Users of FAOLEX have direct access to the abstracts and indexing information about each text, as well as to the full text of the legislation and policies contained in the database.
The Code is enforced by state and territory departments, agencies and local councils in Australia; the Ministry for Primary Industries in New Zealand and the Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources for food imported into Australia.
The scope of FDA’s regulatory authority is very broad. FDA's responsibilities are closely related to those of several other government agencies. Often frustrating and confusing for consumers is determining the appropriate regulatory agency to contact.
The following is a list of traditionally-recognized product categories that fall under FDA’s regulatory jurisdiction; however, this is not an exhaustive list. Includes: Food, Drugs, Advertising, Alcohol, Consumer products, Meat & Poultry and water.