Do you have plans for a new food product/business? Do you know the next steps and your obligations to comply with the food laws? The process of registering your new business with the authorities can be the first big step, but who is that and what are the next steps?
In this session, you will hear about:
- your responsibility to comply with the food laws when starting a new food business
- what to consider when starting out in a kitchen incubator or shared kitchen
- making sure you new food business is registered and legal - what class am I?
- when to register with your local Council Health Department and the role of Streatrader
This session is suitable for those planning a business and making a new product for retail.
This information session is conducted on the second Monday of every month.
- Complying with the laws in a kitchen that's not only yours
- The players in the business of regulation
- How to register a new food business and who with
- Information that makes the next steps clear
- A checklist of start-up tasks
- A list of online resources to use in your planning
- Notepad and ideas
Food business owners, startups and existing
Vendor sincce 2015
A small business (kitchen) incubator offering services and space to get your new food business off the ground. Our aim is to create a place where new food businesses are nurtured to success in an environment of sharing and support.
Our clients include food producers making for their customers and retailers, trainers teaching others to cook, food companies running product familiarisation events and team building functions.
we provide advice and guidance on how to get your new business up and running - writing your business plan, setting up your food safety program and registration with the relevant authorities to create your food products (legally) and present them to the world. Referral to other small business supporters such as Accountants, Lawyers, IP Professionals and Food Technology and Packaging experts.
Refunds are available on cancellation of your place, up until the time tickets stop selling (usually two days before the class date).
Please note that we have minimum requirements for our classes to run effectively. If these numbers are not met, we reserve the right to cancel the class and offer a full refund or a transfer to another class.
Cancellations of class participants will be accepted up to two days before the class date. No refunds will be given if your place is cancelled within those two days.
Transfers are accepted. Please let us know who to expect in your place.