Kimberley-Clark fined $200,000 for misleading country of origin statement

The website claimed the products were made in Australia.    Source: ACCC

 

AICIS news

Correction of chemical names – updated to terminology.     Source: AICIS

 

New Industrial chemicals – guide to preparing report

Guide to completing the most common type of pre-introduction report (PIR) – ‘highest indicative risk is low risk’.    Source: AICIS

RFA Breaking News

Cosmetics, Personal Care and TGA Listed Sunscreens:

Conditions placed on sunscreens that were tested by AMA Laboratories in the USA. Sunscreens must be tested to validate the SPF claims. In August 2019 the US FDA announced that…

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Foods:

Review of the 2013 Australian Dietary Guidelines The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) has received $2.5 million from the federal government to review the guidelines. The first step will…

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Complementary Medicines and Medical Devices:

Artemisia annua and Artemisia absinthium updated product recalls A further 8 products have been cancelled and recalled. It seems there is an unacceptable risk if these products are used during…

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Cosmetics and TGA Listed Sunscreens:

Kimberley-Clark fined $200,000 for misleading country of origin statement The website claimed the products were made in Australia.    Source: ACCC   AICIS news Correction of chemical names – updated…

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Foods:

New Zealand guards against imported agricultural pests New Zealand continues to be vigilant with imported foods that may damage their agricultural industry: Bus driver fined NZ$4,500 for smuggling seeds and…

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Complementary Medicines and Medical Devices:

Permitted Indications – Reminder – one week left! – If you don’t act NOW your products will be cancelled! The deadline for all listed medicines to transition to only including…

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