Food Act 1983 (Act 281) & Regulations (As At 5th February 2023) - 9789678929936 - ILBS

Food Act 1983 (Act 281) & Regulations (As At 5th February 2023) - 9789678929936 - ILBS

ISBN: 9789678929936
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Food Act 1983(Act 281) & Regulations [As At 5th February 2023] An Act to protect the public against health hazards and fraud in the preparation, sale and use of food, and for matters incidental thereto or connected therewith. The Food Act 1983 (Act 281) is a Malaysian law that regulates the safety and quality of food products. The Act was enacted to ensure that food products sold in Malaysia are safe, wholesome, and fit for human consumption. The Act applies to all food products sold in Malaysia, whether they are imported or locally produced. The following are the key provisions of the Food Act 1983: 1.Prohibition on the sale of unsafe food products: The Act prohibits the sale of food products that are unsafe, unsanitary, or unfit for human consumption. This includes food products that are contaminated with harmful substances, such as bacteria, viruses, or chemicals. 2.Registration of food premises: The Act requires all food premises, including restaurants, food processing plants, and food storage facilities, to be registered with the Ministry of Health. This ensures that these premises meet the required health and safety standards. 3.Inspection of food premises: The Act authorizes health inspectors to inspect food premises to ensure that they comply with the health and safety standards. Inspectors have the power to seize and detain any food products that are found to be unsafe or unsanitary. 4.Prohibition on false or misleading labeling: The Act prohibits the labeling of food products with false or misleading information. This includes claims about the nutritional value or health benefits of a product that are not supported by scientific evidence. Food Act 1983(Act 281) Contains: Food Act 1983 (Act 281) Food Regulations 1985 Food (Extension of the Food Act 1983 to Tobacco and Others) Regulations 1993 Control of Tobacco Product Regulations 2004 Food (Notice Under Section 32b) Regulations 2007 Food (Issuance of Health Certificate for Export of Fish and Fish Product to the European Union) Regulations 2009 Food Hygiene Regulations 2009 Food Irradiation Regulations 2011 Food (Food Analysis Fees) Regulations 2016 Food (Compounding of Offences) Regulations 2017

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