All biosecurity requirements must be met before Imported Food Inspection Scheme requirements apply.
Check our Biosecurity Import Conditions system (BICON) for import conditions.
Dried and powdered herbs.
- Garlic flakes or granules.
- Food from New Zealand.
Inspection and testing
This food is classified as a surveillance food.
We refer consignments for analytical testing at the rate of 5%. During inspection we will also conduct a visual and label assessment.
Table 1 shows the test that will be applied and permitted results.
Table 1, Test applied and permitted result
|Test applied||Permitted result|
|Salmonella||n=5, c=0, m=not detected|
n = the minimum number of sample units that must be examined from a lot of food.
c = the maximum allowable number of defective sample units.
m = the acceptable microbiological level in a sample unit.
|28/01/2022||First version of the webpage published on website.|