Register of Food Offences

Food Offence Register

When an individual or company is found guilty of an offence against the Food Act 2001, ACT Health publishes a summary of the conviction on the Register of Food Offences.

Publishing offences allows consumers to make informed decisions about where they eat or buy food.

Offences on the register may include the handling and/or sale of unsafe food, misleading conduct relating to the sale of food or failure to comply with the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code.

Information can be published on the register after a person or business has been convicted, sentenced and the appeal period has expired. Information will not be published on the register if a non publication order has been made by the Court.

Information can be published on the register for up to 2 years.

Prosecution Details First date of offence Total penalty Removal Datesort descending
Sizzle Bento and Roll A Sushi 12 May 2011 $41,000 15 March 2018
London Burgers and Beers 27 October 2011 $36,000 1 September 2018
Spice of India 14 April 2015 $4,800 21 October 2018
Au Lac Royal Vegetarian Restaurant 5 June 2015 $11,168 1 December 2018
Ming’s Restaurant 23 April 2015 $6,500 29 March 2019
Jabal Halal Markets 21 January 2016 $3,000 20 June 2019

More information about the register including what information can be published and how to apply to change the register, is available in the Guide to the Register of Food Offences.

Guide to the Register of Food Offences

Applying to change the Register of Food Offences

A person may apply to the Chief Health Officer to amend the register at any time by completing the Application for change to the Register.

Application for change to the Register

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