Food irradiation standards in Australia

Senate Community Affairs Committee
ANSWERS TO ESTIMATES QUESTIONS ON NOTICE
HEALTH AND AGEING PORTFOLIO
Supplementary Budget Estimates 19 October 2011
Question: E11-152
OUTCOME 1: Population Health
Topic: LABELLING OF IRRADIATED FOOD
Hansard Page: CA50

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