For over 25 years our consultants have been providing expert regulatory and technical advice for companies with products going into markets in Australia, New Zealand and USA. 

Our consultancy provides regulatory advice for

  • Complementary medicines ( or 'dietary supplements')
  • Foods
  • Cosmetics, personal hygiene and domestic cleaning products
  • Medical devices

Our in-house consultants are university qualified in relevant disciplines including chemistry, herbal medicine, human nutrition and medical science

Our team of consultants will:

  • Review your existing formulations for compliance
  • Search for suitable information to support your product's claims
  • Determine what you can say on your promotional material, including websites, labelling and packaging, and in media advertising
  • Prepare applications to Government agencies including health and quarantine departments

With our strong international links, we can also help companies wishing to export from Australia to key markets around the world.

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Our in-house technical team all have university qualifications in relevant disciplines including science, botanic medicine, human nutrition and marketing. 

Our team of specialists will:

RFA Breaking News

Complementary Medicines (“Dietary supplements”):

  TGA Fees and Charges Summary from 1 July 2019 The TGA is required to recover its costs for all activities that fall within the scope of the Therapeutic Goods…

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Foods:

  Raw Potential? New Zealand Opens Raw Milk Regulations Review for Consultation The New Zealand Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) has launched an online survey seeking public consultation on the…

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Cosmetics and TGA Listed Sunscreens

  Early Regulatory Changes Affecting Chemical Importers and Manufacturers Now in Affect Whilst the new scheme will begin on 1 July 2020, early regulatory changes are now in effect under…

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Marketing:

  Imports Still Impress: Survey Reveals Chinese Consumers Place Premium on Overseas Supplements More than half (53.7%) of the Chinese consumers surveyed said they bought imported nutrition supplements, while only…

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Complementary Medicines (“Dietary supplements”):

  TGA Issues Guidance for TGO 101 (Standard for tablets, capsules and pills) This guidance includes clarification on, and information relating to, mandatory requirements. It also includes additional information to…

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Foods:

  Special Report: Strawberry Tampering and its Aftermath This article from Food Legal addresses the February 2019 report by government body Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ). FSANZ had been…

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