For over 20 years we have been providing expert regulatory and technical advice for companies with products going into markets in Australia, New Zealand and USA.

We advise on:

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

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:

  • 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 advertisng
  • Prepare applications to Government agencies including health and quarantine departments

Unlike home-based businesses, all our associates' work is cross-checked by our senior managers, so that you are assured of relevant, accurate and reliable advice.

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. 

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TGA Releases Consumer Based Video to Explain its Regulation of Therapeutic Goods June 24 Watch this video to find out how TGA weighs the potential benefits of a product against the risks; the different processes associated with lower risk and higher risk goods; what TGA does if a problem is identified after a product has…
ACCC discovers that 'Victoria Honey' not from bees and not from Victoria 23 June 2014 Basfoods (Aust) Pty Ltd (Basfoods) has paid penalties totalling $30,600 following the issue of three infringement notices by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) in relation to Basfoods’ “Victoria…
Warning to Food Companies About Product Stories After Federal Court Finding Against Coles June 19 “Freshly baked” Coles bread products were partially baked and frozen off-site by a supplier. Bread from the “Cuisine Royale” and “Coles Bakery” range advertised as “fresh, baked today and sold today” included one…
New Foodlegal Symposium: Breakthroughs in Making and Marketing Healthier Products June 18 The Symposium explores latest breakthroughs, regulations and developments in healthy products and provides insight into scientific developments and marketing opportunities for your products. Pre-booking is required. Places are…
FSANZ Examines Chemical Migration from Packaging into Food June 18 The purpose of this Proposal is to assess the public health and safety risk of chemicals which may migrate from packaging materials into food, and to identify and manage any risks. Source: http://tinyurl.com/l9j8j24
TGA Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels (RASML) and the Labelling Order (TGO 69) June 13 Information for consumers, health professionals and industry: The labels of over-the-counter and complementary medicines are often required to contain particular advisory statements about specific risks related to use of the…
The Truth About Your Painkillers: Generic Vs Brands June 12 Drug companies have convinced consumers to pay much more for paracetamol and ibuprofen than they need to. Read this revealing story from CHOICE online here: http://tinyurl.com/krat2k6
NICNAS Announces Training and Outreach Sessions—Nationwide June 11 National Industrial Chemicals Notification & Assessment Scheme’s (NICNAS's) preferred approach to ensuring compliance with legislation is to work with industry—providing advice to help them understand their regulatory obligations…
TGA Explains Target Evaluation Times for OTC Medicine Applications June 10 The TGA aims to complete the OTC medicine evaluation process within a specified target time. Read about the total evaluation and standard request for information response times here: http://tinyurl.com/movrj6h
TGA Draft OTC Medicine Monographs for Topical Imidazole Antifungals, Topical Nasal Decongestants and Pholcodine June 10 There were a total of four submissions received. Read all of these plus a complete TGA response here: http://tinyurl.com/l85jh2a
TGA Issues Statement on Liquid Nicotine and Personal Importation for use in Electronic Cigarettes June 4 Some recent media reports about electronic cigarettes suggest that the importation of nicotine in personal amounts is exempt from regulation. This is not always the case. The media reports appear to be in reference to the personal…
Robert Forbes, Founder & Manager of RFA Regulatory Affairs Interview June 2 Mr. Forbes has been involved in the complementary medicine industry for over 35 years. His expertise lies in regulatory affairs for non-prescription and complementary medicines. Read more about this fascinating man in this…
TGA Issues Guidance on Colourings Used in Medicines for Topical and Oral Use May 30 Colourings are inactive substances that may be used in topical or oral formulations of medicines, for various reasons such as to distinguish between strengths, indications or markings; to assist with identifying the medicine; or, to…
MEDSAFE - Important Changes to the Definition of Medicines and Medical Devices May 28 New Zealand Medicines & Medical Devices Safety Authority (MEDSAFE), modernises the definitions of medicine, medical device and therapeutic purpose in order to better align the boundary between medicines and medical devices with…
World Health Organization Releases Traditional Medicine Strategy 2014-2023 May
New strategy for traditional and complementary medicine includes the development and use of herbal medicinal preparations. This updated document builds on work the WHO has undertaken over the past decade to identify further and strategize on the…
Department of Agriculture Lists Latest Failing Food Report May This report details food that was found to fail under the Imported Food Inspection Scheme during the month. The Department of Agriculture targets and monitors food determined to pose a high or medium risk to public health. Risk food is…
VITAMIN K2 NOW APPROVED FOR LISTED MEDICINES IN AUSTRALIA   20th June Vitamin K (K1 and K2), including ‘menaquinone 7’, has been approved for use in complementary medicines in Australia, and is now effectively on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG). The TGA has not yet published the…
TGA Release Half-Yearly Performance Report: July – December 2013 May 2014 This report by the TGA gives a general overview of TGA activities, describes what & how it regulates and discusses current trends and statistics regarding TGA activities for this period. To read the full report:
The Natural Standard – The Authority on Integrative Medicine Has Moved to a New Server May 29 Natural Standard was founded by healthcare providers and researchers to provide high-quality, evidence-based information about complementary and alternative medicine including dietary supplements and integrative therapies. Grades…
Complementary Medicines: ARTG Cancellations Following Compliance Review May 22 PM KiddieCal (AUSTL 170915) by Pharmametics Products (Max Biocare Pty Ltd) has been cancelled as there was insufficient evidence to support the indications for the product, and the certification made by the applicant under s26A(2)(j) was…
DSAA Probe: Pyramid Schemes Seem Too Good To Be True - Because They Are. May 21
Pyramid schemes are illegal schemes that promise big returns on your money. They rely on the recruitment of new members so the people at higher levels of the pyramid earn money. The problem is, there needs to be an endless supply of…
Toxic Exfoliating Microbeads in Skincare Products Poisoning Marine Life May 19 Hundreds of tonnes of tiny plastic beads contained in cosmetic products are finding their way in to the fish we eat as people unwittingly wash them down the drain. The microbeads are used in cosmetic products like facial scrubs,…
FSANZ Calls for Submissions on Food Additive Application May 16 Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) today called for submissions on an application to permit a food additive (sodium hydrosulphite) used to change the colour of abalone.   “The applicant wants to use the additive to…
TGA Product Recall – Mutiple Krill Oil Capsules, Sponsored by Nature's Care May 15 Testing by the TGA has detected the presence of Ethoxyquin in multiple Krill oil products sponsored by Nature’s Care. Ethoxyquin is not approved for use as an additive in foods in Australia and should not be present in these…
TGA Safety Advisories – Multiple Unsafe Medicines Mimicking Erectile Dysfunction Drugs May 2014 Unauthorised and potentially harmful medications continue to arrive on Australian shores to be intercepted by customs and quarantine officials. The following products have been tested by the Therapeutic Goods Administration…
AHPA launches free Botanical Identity References Compendium May 8 The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) has launched the AHPA Botanical Identity References Compendium as a resource for manufacturers and researchers to accurately identify botanical ingredients.  The AHPA Compendium is a…
TGA Issues Reminder Regarding Low Value Turnover Exemptions 2014 Deadline May 8 TGA uses a combination of fees and charges to recover the costs of regulation of therapeutic goods. A fee is charged for a service, and a charge is a form of tax imposed, and is applied on an annual basis. Annual charges are applied to…
TGA Reports on Liquid Nicotine and Personal Importation for use in Electronic Cigarettes May 7 The Western Australian Supreme Court recently decided that the ban on the sale of products that are designed to resemble a tobacco product in the Tobacco Products Control Act 2006 (WA) extends to electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes). …
TGA Issues Listed Medicines Evidence Checklists May 7 The Evidence guidelines: Guidelines on the evidence required to support indications for listed complementary medicines , specify the type of evidence required to support indications made for listed medicines (excluding sunscreens and…
FSANZ Safety Advisory - Dexaprine XR Powdered Supplement May 6 King Sports Industries Pty Ltd has recalled Dexaprine XR Green Apple due to the presence of prescription only medications, including oxedrine and high levels of caffeine. Prescription only medications may pose health risks which may be…
DAFF Updates Food Testing Guidelines May 1 The Department of Agriculture monitors imported food at the border for compliance with Australia's standards. If you import food, you are legally responsible under the Imported Food Control Act 1992 for meeting the standards that apply…
FSANZ Releases Latest Australian Total Diet Study May 1 Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) today released the first phase of the 24th Australian Total Diet Study (ATDS) which looked at Australian consumers’ dietary exposure to acrylamide and aluminium. FSANZ Chief Executive…
ACCC Acts on Beer Labelling 29 April 2014 The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has accepted a court enforceable undertaking from Carlton & United Breweries (CUB) in relation to ACCC concerns that it represented that Byron Bay Pale Lager was brewed by a…
TGA Presentation Given at ASMI Workshop on “Evidence Guidelines & Checklists” April 29 This presentation provided an overview on evidence guidelines & checklists. It was presented by Kaylene Raynes, Office of Complementary Medicines, at Australian Self-Medication Industry (ASMI) workshop 29 April 2014 Read the whole…
DAFF – Food Import Monitoring Programme The Department of Agriculture monitors imported food at the border for compliance with Australian standards. If you import food, you are responsible for meeting the standards that apply to your products to ensure they are safe and suitable for…
DAFF Failing Foods - Monthly Reports When food is inspected under the Imported Food Inspection Scheme, it may be subject to analytical testing for particular hazards. The data presented in the failing food reports has been compiled from the results of inspection activity on…
FSANZ Findings Show Raw Apricot Kernels a Risk April 17 Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) today released findings showing that eating raw apricot kernels could pose a public health and safety risk to consumers. FSANZ Chief Executive Officer Steve McCutcheon said FSANZ and the…
Herbal Supplements are the Most Commonly Used Type of Complementary Medicine in the US April 16 Herbs and other dietary supplements besides vitamins are the most commonly used type of "complementary medicine" (also called alternative medicine) in the United States, followed by visits to chiropractors, yoga and massage, a new…
TGA Safety Advisory - Swanson full spectrum cilantro herbal supplement April 16 The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has posted a voluntary safety recall for the product Swanson Premium Brand Full Spectrum Cilantro (Coriander) Herbal Supplement, item SW1112, on the internet because it has the…
TGA Consultation on Low Value Turnover Exemption (LVT) Scheme April 10 The TGA has commenced a policy and operational review of the low value turnover exemption (LVT) scheme. The first stage is the release of the Review of the Low Value Turnover Exemption Scheme consultation paper. Discussion and…
TGA Issues Guidance for New Registered Complementary Medicine Applications April 9 TGA shows how to submit an application for a new registered complementary medicine in six ‘easy’ steps.This document is provided for applicants of new registered complementary medicines and explains the process for electronic…
TGA Issues Listed Medicines Evidence Package Checklists April 7 The Evidence guidelines: Guidelines on the evidence required to support indications for listed complementary medicines specify the type of evidence required to support indications made for listed medicines (excluding sunscreens and…
TGA Safety Advisories 1 April 7 The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) continues to test medicines imported into Australia and find that they contain many undeclared substances. Source: http://tinyurl.com/pg4e6sv Source: http://tinyurl.com/ptpug2t
Complementary Medicines – TGA Compliance Reviews 2013 April 4 “More than 1600 new complementary medicines are listed each year. The TGA does not review these products before listing, because they are considered to be of relatively low risk to consumers and so we cannot guarantee they work -…
Complementary Medicines: Cancellations from the ARTG Following Compliance Review April 3 Three products have been cancelled this year. The products, listing numbers, sponsor names and the grounds for cancellation are outlined here: Source: http://tinyurl.com/n3wflo6
American Botanical Council Comments on New England Journal of Medicine Article on Supplement Safety April 2 A “perspective” article in the April 3rd edition of the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) is unrealistic and confusing, says the non-profit American Botanical Council (ABC). In the editorial Pieter A. Cohen, MD, Assistant…
Food Standards Australia & New Zealand (FSANZ) issues Notification Circular 06-14 April 1 FSANZ discusses the following proposals: A1095 – Natamycin – Extension of Use in Yoghurt:to extend the use of natamycin as a natural preservative to improve the quality and shelf life of fermented milk products M1010 –…
TGA Safety Advisories 2 April 1 The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) continues to test medicines imported into Australia and found that many contain undeclared prescription substances Source: http://tinyurl.com/psmagnw Source: http://tinyurl.com/pyam7tu Source:…
TGA presentation to clinical trial research forum, “Regulation of Complementary Medicines in Australia” March 28 This short and concise presentation by Trisha Garrett (Head - Office of Complementary Medicines) provides an updated overview of the TGA role in regulating complementary medicines in Australia. The accompanying PDF of 35 slides…
TGA Consultation - OTC Cough Medicines for Oral Use: proposed advisory statements for medicines March 28 OTC medicines indicated for cough include ammonium salts, bromhexine, dextromethorphan, dihydrocodeine, guaifenesin, ipecacuanha, pholcodine, and senega and ammonia. Some of these medicines are unscheduled and others are included in…
TGA Consultation - OTC Nasal Decongestant Preparations for Topical Use: proposed advisory statements for medicines March 28 The TGA is seeking comments from interested parties on proposed advisory statements for OTC nasal decongestant preparations for topical use, for inclusion in the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels (RASML) document when…
TGA Consultation - Molybdenum trioxide: Proposed revision of the draft compositional guideline March 28 At the request of industry, the TGA has revised a number of parameters included in the draft compositional guideline for molybdenum trioxide and now seeks comments on the proposed revision of the draft guideline from stakeholders.
TGA reforms - A Blueprint for TGA's Future: Progress report as at 31 December 2013 March 26 TGA reforms: A blueprint for TGA's future - Progress report as at 31 December 2013 is the third six monthly progress report on reforms to the TGA to ensure that it remains adaptable to community and industry expectations. The report…
TGA - Advisory Committee on Complementary Medicines (ACCM) March 26 The Advisory Committee on Complementary Medicines (ACCM) was formed in January 2010 to advise and make recommendations to the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) on the inclusion, variation or retention of a complementary…
TGA safety Advisory - Zi Xiu Tang Pollen capsule March 24 Zi Xiu Tang Pollen Capsule poses a serious risk to your health and should not be taken. The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has tested Zi Xiu Tang Pollen Capsule and found that it contains the undeclared prescription…
TGA works towards streamlining and improving therapeutic goods legislation March 24 The amendments make a number of minor but important changes that streamline and improve the operation of the regulatory scheme for industry, consumers, health professionals and the TGA. These changes ensure greater consistency in…
Business Opportunities and Announcements   Finished product suppliers in USA are looking for distributors for their products. If you are a distributor and want to add to your product range then please contact us at RFA so that we can put you in touch with these suppliers.       While…
TGA releases guidelines on the evidence required to support indications for listed complementary medicines March 25 “The Evidence guidelines: Guidelines on the evidence required to support indications for listed complementary medicines specify the type of evidence required to support indications made for listed medicines (excluding sunscreens…
TGA issues Application for advertising approval form March 12 This form has been prepared to assist in the process of applying for the approval of advertisements in "specified media" to which Division 2 of Part 2 of the Therapeutic Goods Regulations applies. Section 3 of the Therapeutic…
TGA announces upgraded over-the-counter medicines online application system March 7 From 9th April 2014, over-the-counter medicines applications will be submitted through an upgrade to the OTC medicines online application system. Applications will be easier to submit and process and industry will benefit from this…
New Zealand updates Natural Health Products Bill 2011 March The aim of this Bill is to establish “a system for the regulation of low-risk natural health products in New Zealand”. The Bill defines the “natural health product” as, unless the context otherwise requires, a product that is…
INSIDER report: Vegetarian Softgels: Clean Labels, Stable Manufacturing March “Recent modifications to plant-based gels have made vegetarian capsules a viable option with attractive manufacturing benefits and label claims”. Download the free digital story here: http://tinyurl.com/lzc7s6w
Food Standards Australia & New Zealand (FSANZ) – Notification February 21 Health Claims for Sports Foods & Electrolyte Drinks: to permit sports foods to carry health claims about physical performance and sport-related beneficial physiological effects and to enable electrolyte drinks to make…
FSANZ issues update on Food Labelling Review February 2014 In 2009, Australian and New Zealand food regulation ministers agreed to a comprehensive independent review of food labelling law and policy. In December 2011, the Legislative and Governance Forum on Food Regulation agreed on a…
TGA Issues Compositional guideline: Calcium L-threonate February 27 Details of the ingredient Calcium L-threonate (AAN), can be read here: http://tinyurl.com/merk342
TGA issues interim decisions on various new chemicals, including Zinc Lactate February 27 On 13 September 2013, NICNAS under the New Chemicals Assessment scheme has requested that the delegate consider a proposal to include the preparations containing more than 2.5 per cent zinc lactate in Schedule 6 with strong…
TGA Notice – “Electronically-only (eCTD) submissions milestone reached” February 26 The TGA has signed an agreement to use the docuBridge software solution to receive, review and process electronic applications for the entry of prescription medicines and other therapeutic products on to the Australian Register…
TGA Safety Advisories - African Superman tablets; African Superman tablets pose a serious risk to your health and should not be taken. The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has tested African Superman tablets and found that they contain the undeclared prescription substance sildenafil.…
Help celebrate HerbDay 2014 on Saturday, May 3 HerbDay CoalitionHerbDay coalitionThe Ninth Annual International HerbDay will be held Saturday, May 3, to honour the many ways herbs enhance lives.
Everyone is invited to participate in HerbDay 2014. Show your support by hosting, sponsoring, and/or…
TGA Safety Advisories – Collagen Slim capsules; &, Beautiful Thin Body capsules February 25 The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has tested these capsules and found that they both contain the undeclared prescription substance sibutramine - despite the product label claim that it is either 'All natural', or '100% herbal…
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner releases privacy guidelines February 21 The Commissioner has released guidelines to help business navigate the biggest change to privacy law in 25 years. The APP guidelines will be a key resource for entities covered by the Privacy Act in assessing their compliance with the…
The National Institute of Complementary Medicine details its plans for 2014 February 2014 "NICM will be seeking this year to strengthen and focus the national agenda for complementary medicine research. Working with the Australian Self Medication Industry and Complementary Medicines Australia, potentially with the…
Conferences and Events Life Sciences Queensland lists exciting fora for 2014. March Life Sciences Queensland Limited (LSQ) is an industry-led organisation, working closely with government, to provide leadership, promotion and growth opportunities for life sciences…
Business opportunity -Private investor wanted. 5th generation TCM practitioner already selling product into Vietnam and other South East Asian countries is looking for a business partner. If interested please contact Louis Droulers Louis@RFAregulatoryaffairs.com  
Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) notification circular “Health claims for sports foods and electrolyte drinks” February 21 P1030 - The purpose of this Proposal is to permit sports foods to carry health claims about physical performance and sport-related beneficial physiological effects and to enable electrolyte drinks to make self-substantiated…
TGA issues information for sponsors regarding marketing complementary medicines with soft gel capsules for children February 19 In response to a consumer query, the TGA has investigated potential safety issues with complementary medicines with soft gel capsule dosage forms in children. As part of this investigation, the TGA sought independent expert…
TGA Issues safety Advisory February 18 Lian Zhan Qi Tian capsules pose a serious risk to your health and should not be taken. The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has tested Lian Zhan Qi Tian capsules and found that they contain the undeclared prescription…
NSW Food Authority brings food safety forum to Bankstown March 5th, 2014 February 17 Food safety will be on the menu when Bankstown City Council hosts the next Retail and Food Service Industry Forum next month. NSW Food Authority CEO Polly Bennett said the forum is one of a series of regular consultation events…
The Australian Government has paid tribute to the work of a committee of eminent health experts. February 12 The Australian government is paying tribute to the work of a committee of eminent health experts that was originally established in the wake of the tragic thalidomide experience 50 years ago. Launching a commemorative booklet…
TGA orders retraction from Lifelixer Pty Ltd - Complaint No. 2012-03-026 February 6 Lifelixer Pty Ltd has been ordered to undertake a number of actions regarding internet advertisements for the product Lifelixer, including but not limited to withdrawing the advertisements and publishing a retraction on its…
Cancellations from the ARTG following review   February 6   Trans - B (Secretlife Biotech Corporation Pty Ltd) Premium Shark Cartilage (Australian Medicinal Foods Co) Cancelled under s30 (1C) of the Act. The sponsor failed to comply within the required timeframe with a notice under…
The International Alliance for Dietary / Food Supplement Associations (IADSA) issues new publication, ”Shelf-Life Recommendations for Supplements” January 2014 For the past decade IADSA has been a trusted source of information about regulatory and scientific developments in the world and the technical requirements of food supplement manufacture.       “As part of good manufacturing…
Quest for green sustains naturals market in Western Europe January 28 According to market researcher Frost & Sullivan, the natural and organic cosmetics market in Western Europe will rise to $800 million by 2017. Source:http://tinyurl.com/mbtbbae
PepsiCo rebrands 'Natural' products with 'Simply' January 25 PepsiCo has quietly gotten rid of the word "Natural" in some of its products and instead is going with "Simply." The company changed its "Simply Natural" line of Frito-Lay chips to simply be called "Simply," although the…
Prince Charles makes plea on alternative medicine January 19 The Prince of Wales calls for alternative medicine to be treated fairly and for regulation to govern its use. The Prince of Wales is pushing for an acceptance of complementary medicines and urging medical watchdogs to regulate…
DAFF reports “High compliance rates for imported foods” January 14 Results of tests applied to food imported to Australia show a consistently high rate of compliance with Australia's strict food standards. The Department of Agriculture's First Assistant Secretary of Border Compliance, Colin…
Natural Products Expo West 2014 Anaheim Convention Centre, California USA 6-9 March 2014. “Where doing business just comes naturally” This is the world’s largest trade show in the natural, organic and healthy products industry! RFA Regulatory Affairs will be present and represented by Robert Forbes (Managing director),…
NPNZ - Natural Products New Zealand Industry Summit 2014 The Rutherford, Nelson NZ 19-21 March 2014 “Join us for an inspiring conference in Nelson with great speakers who will set the scene and provide you with practical examples of how they achieved success and what you can do in your businesses to do the same. As always, the annual Summit is…
Food Ingredients China 2014 Trade Expo March 25 – 27, 2014 Shanghai Interested in all things food? Interested in the China market? Read all about it at http://www.chinafoodadditives.com/d_e.htm
Vitafoods Asia – The Nutraceutical Event for Asia 3 – 4 September, 2014 Hong Kong Be part of Asia’s only nutraceutical event and take your share of this thriving industry Details at:http://tinyurl.com/mdby4l4  
ACCORD - Cosmetic & Personal Care Conference, 22nd October, 2014 Sydney Accord Australasia Limited is the national industry association for the Australasian hygiene, cosmetic and specialty products industry. Accord's highly successful Cosmetic & Personal Care Conference will be on again in October 2014! 
The…
Another new member of the RFA team – Michelle Palmer, International Business Manager This year we have seen Petra Henniger commence as our new Regulatory Affairs Manager. We are now excited to announce that Michelle Palmer has commenced with us as RFA's International Business Manager. Michelle was Executive Director of Natural…
Japan product opportunity A Japanese based company is looking for new natural products that have potential for success in Japan. Contact Brent Winston by email at brent@naturalorchestra.com
Managing your contract manufacturers Complementary Medicines Group (CMG) manages contract manufacturing services for the complementary medicine, food and over-the-counter pharmaceuticals industries. Contact Craig Fallshaw craig@cmgrouponline.com.au or +61 2 9091 0264
Product label design Justin Heffernan, designer of RFA website and logos, specialises in packaging and website design. Contact Justin at just@justinheffernan.com and visit the site to view examples.
TGA discusses Sunscreens: information for consumers January 29 primary sunscreens - sunscreens used for protection from UV radiation that have a rated sun protection factor (SPF) of 4 or more secondary sunscreens - insect repellents with sunscreen with an SPF of 4 or more and moisturisers…
Australian regulatory guidelines for complementary medicines (ARGCM) consultations: Submissions received December 16 All submissions that were not marked as confidential are now available in PDF format. A total of 27 submissions were received, which included 22 non-confidential submissions; four partially confidential submissions and one…
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