Quality assurance schemes for food in Western Australia

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Western Australia has an enviable food safety record underpinned by widespread uptake of food safety programs. Most producers, packers and retailers require food safety systems within third party audited quality assurance programs.

This page lists the more commonly implemented third party audited food safety and quality assurance schemes in Western Australia.

Common quality assurance schemes listed alphabetically

Australian Pork Industry Quality Assurance

BRC Global Standard for Food Safety

Egg Corp Assured (Australian Egg Corporation Limited)

FeedSafe (Stock Feed Manufacturers’ Council of Australia)

Freshcare Food Safety and Quality



Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) is a systematic, preventative approach to food safety and is commonly used in food production to identify and control potential risks to product safety. It provides a tool to assess hazards to the final product which may be microbiological, physical, chemical, quality or regulatory.

ISO 22000

Livestock Production Assurance (Meat and Livestock Australia)

SQF (Safe Quality Food)

Woolworths Quality Assurance


Contact information

Nicki Hall
+61 (0)8 9368 3472