Application A1287 - Food derived from short-stature corn line MON94804

Closed 30 Apr 2024

Opened 19 Mar 2024

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FSANZ has assessed an application made by Bayer CropScience Proprietary Limited to amend the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code to permit the sale and use of food derived from a new food produced using gene technology: corn line MON94804. This corn line has been genetically modified to have reduced overall plant height (short-stature). A draft food regulatory measure has been prepared. 

FSANZ has provided public notification and now welcomes your submission to assist consideration of the draft food regulatory measure. 

Consultation papers and application

The consultation documents and application are provided below. Please read these documents before preparing your submission. 

Why your views matter

FSANZ invites and welcomes public and stakeholder input into standard setting processes. Your views will help us ensure food standards continue to protect public health and safety while supporting an effective, transparent and accountable regulatory framework for industry and food authorities.

How to make a submission

FSANZ's Consultation Hub is a new platform for public consultation. We have set up response fields to assist you in completing your submission. Please refer to the consultation documents in preparing your submission. Once you begin, you can save your progress and complete your submission before the consultation closes on 30 April 2024 6pm AEST.

What happens next

Consultation on Application A1287 - Food derived from short-stature corn line MON94804 has closed. Submissions received will now be considered as part of the assessment process.


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