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Formed in 2010, the Feed Ingredients and Additives Association of Australia (FIAAA) is primarily involved in advocating for the safe use of feed ingredients and additives.

FIAAA was established amid growing concern for the safety of animals who consume feed comprised of a mixture of different additives and/or ingredients.

The safety of the people who consume products from these animals, along with industry workers, is also of paramount importance to the association.

FIAAA also aims to ensure feed is of a high quality to maximise Australia’s potential to export its livestock, rather than see it decline.

For the benefit of its members, the association recently released its Code of Practice, which according to the document, “prescribe[s] minimum standards for good practice in hygiene and the application of HACCP principles for the production and supply of feed ingredients and additives.”

The Code places emphasis on the importance of using safe, high quality feed additives and ingredients, and has been designed for members to refer to when required.

FIAAA represents its members in relation to issues that directly affect the feed additives and ingredients industry, particularly in relation to improving, altering and/or introducing new legislation that may be of benefit to the industry.

The association works closely with other feed additives and ingredients industry stakeholders by establishing and maintaining meaningful relationships with them.

Since its inception, FIAAA has established contact with a range of influential stakeholders within the feed additives and ingredients industry, including:

  • Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority
  • Australian Quarantined and Inspection Service
  • Biologicals Import Group
  • Stockfeed Manufacturers Council

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