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Food

If your club regularly provides food - even if you contract out your catering - there have been some changes to food safety. Recently introduced, the Food Act 2014 focuses on the processes of food production and recognises that each business is different. Squash clubs that have a regular bar or restaurant open all the time are likely to require a food control plan. Those who only provide food on special occasions (less than 20 times a year) are likely to be exempt.

1. Read the update on the new Food Act

This will outline the changes to the legislation clearly for your club. Find out more

2. Sign up for updates with the Ministry for Primary Industries

This will allow your club to be continually up to date with the requirements of Food Safety as it happens. Find out more

3. Visit the Ministry for Primary Industries website and take the ‘Where do I fit?’ test

This will help you understand where you club sits under the Act. Find out more

4. Use the appropriate food control plan

This will ensure your club are implementing the food control plan correctly. Find out more

5. Display relevant resources

This will ensure your members follow safe food practices, such as:


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