Download forms to register your food business with Council and notify us of changes to your business.
Do you have food safety concerns relating to business in City of Ryde? You can report them to these contacts.
Inspections are conducted for all food businesses that are required to notify to their local Council, in order to sell food to the public. Read about the program.
Food businesses, food handlers and consumers of food can obtain the right skills and knowledge about food safety with our interactive e-Learning and training.
Retail businesses that process and sell food are required to have at least one trained Food Safety Supervisor. Find out what this means for your business.
This program enables participating food businesses that comply with food safety legislation to show off their good food safety record.
Food businesses wishing to sell food at temporary events such as fairs, festival, markets and shows are considered retail food businesses as they sell food to the public. Read the guidelines for temporary food stalls.
Mobile food vending vehicles are considered retail food businesses as they sell food to the public. Read about the guidelines about requirements and how to register your mobile food van.
What's the difference between allergies and intolerances? Learn about food allergens and what you can do to prevent potentially life threatening situations due to allergens.
Learn about food poisoning and ways to prevent it in your kitchen, and find out how to stay up-to-date on food recalls.
Find resources, fact sheets and guidance materials designed to assist food businesses to prepare food safely.
Read frequently asked questions about food businesses.
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1 Pope Street, Ryde NSW 2112
Phone: 9952 8222
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