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Food Act 2003 No 43
Current version for 7 July 2017 to date (accessed 18 October 2017 at 15:04)
Part 7 Division 1 Section 87A
87A   Beef labelling auditors
(1)  This section only authorises the exercise of functions in relation to the auditing of the beef labelling requirements.
(2)  The Food Authority may appoint a person employed by an approved industry body to be a beef labelling auditor for the purposes of carrying out audits to determine compliance with the beef labelling requirements.
(3)  A beef labelling auditor is to exercise his or her functions in accordance with the directions issued to the approved industry body by the Food Authority.
(4)  The cost of exercising those functions is the responsibility of the approved industry body.
(5)  A beef labelling auditor is taken to be a food safety auditor for the purposes of this Act and accordingly a reference in this Act to a food safety auditor is taken to include a reference to a beef labelling auditor.
(6)  In this section:
approved industry body means a body that represents the beef industry and that is approved for the time being by the Food Authority.
beef labelling requirements means the requirements arising under Division 2A of Part 2.