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New Zealand Natural Products Updated draft Permitted Substances List

An update to the draft Permitted Substances List has been published. This update does not yet include all requests received in the last days of the period for free submission (which closed on 31 March 2017).

There are approximately 7,200 listings […]

How to declare $0 turnover through eBS

The opportunity to declare $0 turnover for ARTG entries became available through eBS, on 1 July 2017. Sponsors have until the 22nd of July to declare $0 turnover without incurring fees.

The following steps should assist in the process:

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TGA Fee Increase 1 July 2017

Most TGA fees and charges will increase by 1.65% (subject to rounding) from 1 July 2017. The 2017-18 fees and charges has been published to provide advance notice to sponsors and manufacturers. You can download a copy here

Basic fees for Listed Medicines […]

June 26th, 2017|Complementary Medicines, Listed Medicines, TGA|

TGA Annual Charges and Annual Charge Exemption (ACE) Dates

Declarations for annual charge exemptions are due NO LATER THAN:

1st-22nd July 2017

Legislated deadline to provide declarations in relation to your entries that have an annual charge exemption to confirm exemption for 2016- 17 and its ongoing eligibility.

The declaration can be […]

June 14th, 2017|Complementary Medicines, Listed Medicines, TGA|

ALERT! New Zealand Dietary Supplements Containing Iron

The following has been shared from Natural Products NZ alert.

IF YOU HAVE AN IRON SUPPLEMENT IN YOUR RANGE PLEASE CHECK IT MEETS REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS IN NEW ZEALAND – we are aware that some products sold in New Zealand do not, […]

Low THC Hemp Seeds as Food – Update to Standard 1.4.4

Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) has prepared and assessed a proposal to develop a food regulatory measure to permit the sale of food derived from the seeds of low delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol varieties of Cannabis sativa.

On 28 July 2016, […]

May 11th, 2017|Foods, FSANZ, Regulation|

New labelling order for listed medicines. TGO 92 – Standard for labels of non-prescription medicines.

In recognition of the different risks and information requirements associated with medicines prescribed by a medical practitioner (or used in a clinical setting) to those self-selected by consumers, the TGA have revised the the therapeutic goods orders for labelling of […]

August 25th, 2016|Complementary Medicines, Listed Medicines, Regulation, TGA|

Curcumin Products – Targeted Listing Compliance Reviews

CMA have announced that the TGA may soon be conducting targeted listing compliance reviews on products containing Curcumin.

CMA have noted that the use of enhanced forms of curcumin and synergistic formulations in an attempt to address the issue of bioavailability […]

Annual Charge Exemption (ACE) Scheme – Extension

The TGA have extended the deadline for Annual Charge Exemption (ACE) Applications. Sponsors may now apply for an ACE reinstatement up to 15 September 2016.

To access forms or read further on options for notification please go to TGA website

Country of Origin Labelling For Foods

The Australian Government  is introducing a new country of origin food labelling system. The new system will commence on 1 July 2016. Under the new system, country of origin labelling requirements will come under Australian Consumer Law.

Businesses will have […]

June 18th, 2016|Foods, FSANZ|