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  • PrimeSafe eNews 18 now available

    22 December 2022

    PrimeSafe eNews is an electronic newsletter to inform PrimeSafe licensees about the latest risks and trends, and how regulation is accommodating these. It also provides updates on best practice in the management of food safety.

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    • Changes Concerning Packaged Meats

      22 November 2022

      PrimeSafe update on the changes concerning packaged meats within Victoria.

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      • Victorian Floods

        24 October 2022

        If your facility has been impacted by flooding and you require advice on clean-up and reopening your meat or seafood business, please contact PrimeSafe on 03 9685 7333 or via email to info@primesafe.vic.gov.au

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        • PrimeSafe eNews 16 now available

          5 October 2022

          PrimeSafe eNews is an electronic newsletter to inform PrimeSafe licensees about the latest risks and trends, and how regulation is accommodating these. It also provides updates on best practice in the management of food safety.

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          • PrimeSafe 2022-23 Fees

            28 April 2022

            Updated PrimeSafe 2022-23 fees apply for licences from 1 July 2022.

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            • Reminder for Upcoming Licence Renewals 2022

              27 April 2022

              Reminder for Licence Renewals The following licence categories are required to be renewed before 30 June 2022: • Meat Transport Vehicle • Abattoir • Further Meat Processing Facility • Poultry Processing Facility • Prime Tallow Processing Facility • Inedible Rendering Facility • Pet Meat Processing Facility • Pet Food Establishment Note: This year Meat Transport Vehicles can be inspected at designated locations and at the PrimeSafe office. Read more about renewing your licence

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              • PrimeSafe and Agriculture Victoria Statement - Pet Meat Investigation

                17 August 2021

                PrimeSafe and Agriculture Victoria have closed the joint investigation that found that the natural toxin indospicine was the cause of a recent cluster of dog liver disease and deaths in Victorian dogs.

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                • PrimeSafe and Agriculture Victoria Statement - Pet Meat Investigation (update)

                  2 August 2021

                  Test results have confirmed pet meat processed at the Maffra & District Knackery Pty Ltd of Wombat Road, Boisdale, also known as Maffra District Knackery, as the source of indospicine, which caused the recent cluster of liver disease and dog deaths in Victoria.

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                  • PrimeSafe and Agriculture Victoria Statement - Pet Meat Investigation (update)

                    26 July 2021

                    Dog owners are reminded that they should not feed their pet fresh or frozen raw pet meat sourced from Gippsland between 31 May and 3 July. If unsure, we advise owners to contact the supplier to find out where and when the product was sourced.

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                    • Be sure to meet labelling requirements

                      23 July 2021

                      In Australia, food products that are packaged to extend their shelf life must have a labelling declaration.

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