Food Standards (Proposal P242 - Food for Special Medical Purposes - Consequential) Variation Amendment 2012 (No. 1)

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Food Standards (Proposal P242 – Food for Special Medical Purposes – Consequential) Variation Amendment 2012 (No. 1)
 
The Board of Food Standards Australia New Zealand gives notice of the making of this variation under section 92 of the Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991. This variation commences on the date specified in clause 2 of this instrument.
 
Dated 15 February 2013
Standards Management Officer
Delegate of the Board of Food Standards Australia New Zealand
 
1             Name
 
This instrument is the Food Standards (Proposal P242 – Food for Special Medical Purposes – Consequential) Variation Amendment 2012 (No. 1).
 
2.            Commencement
 
This instrument commences on 21 February 2013.
 
3.            Variation to Legislative Instrument
 
The Schedule varies Food Standards (Proposal P242 – Food for Special Medical Purposes – Consequential) Variation.
 
SCHEDULE
 
[1]           Food Standards (Proposal P242 – Food for Special Medical Purposes – Consequential) Variation is varied by
 
[1.1]        omitting from clause 3 “28 June 2014” and substituting “the date of gazettal of Food Standards (Proposal 1023 – Tutin, Tocopherols & Food for Special Medical Purposes Standards Amendments) Variation.”
 
[1.2]        omitting Item [2] of the Schedule and substituting
 
“[2]          Standard 1.1A.6 is varied by omitting subclause 2(3), substituting
 
(3)           This Standard ceases to have effect in relation to:
 
(a)          food for special medical purposes on the date of gazettal of Food Standards (Proposal 1023 – Tutin, Tocopherols & Food for Special Medical Purposes Standards Amendments) Variation; and
(b)          other special purposes food, including food formulated and represented as being for the dietary management of obesity or overweight, two years from the commencement of any alternative applicable provisions elsewhere in this Code.”