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Food Standards as amended, taking into account amendments up to Food Standards (Application A1156 – Food derived from Super High Oleic Safflower Lines 26 and 40) Variation
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Registered 05 Feb 2019
Start Date 23 Jan 2019

Schedule 26           Food produced using gene technology

Note 1        This instrument is a standard under the Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991 (Cth). The standards together make up the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code. See also section 1.1.1—3.

                   Food produced using gene technology is regulated by paragraphs 1.1.1—10(5)(c) and (6)(g) and Standard 1.5.2. This standard lists food produced using gene technology, and corresponding conditions, for paragraph 1.5.2—3(a).

Note 2        The provisions of the Code that apply in New Zealand are incorporated in, or adopted under, the Food Act 2014 (NZ). See also section 1.1.1—3.

S26—1                Name

                            This Standard is Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code – Schedule 26 – Food produced using gene technology.

                                      Note    Commencement:
This Standard commences on 1 March 2016, being the date specified as the commencement date in notices in the Gazette and the New Zealand Gazette under section 92 of the Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991 (Cth). See also section 93 of that Act.

S26—2                Interpretation

                   (1)      In this Schedule, headings in bold type are for information only, and do not list food for the purpose of section 1.5.2—3.

                   (2)      In this Schedule:

conventional breeding means all methods used to produce plants, excluding techniques that use gene technology.

line means:

                            (a)      a plant, the genetic material of which includes a transformation event or events; or

                            (b)      any plant, descended from the plant referred to in paragraph (a), that is the result of conventional breeding of that plant with:

                                      (i)       any other plant that does not contain a transformation event or events; or

                                      (ii)      any other plant that contains a transformation event or events, whether expressed as a line or event, that is listed in the table to section S26—3;

                                      (iii)     but shall not be taken to mean any plant derived solely as a result of conventional breeding.

transformation event means a unique genetic modification arising from the use of gene technology.

S26—3                Permitted food produced using gene technology and conditions

                   (1)      The table to subsection (4) lists permitted food produced using gene technology.

                   (2)      Items 1(g), 2(m), 7(e), (g) and (h), and 9(a) are subject to the condition that their labelling must comply with section 1.5.2—4.

                                      Note    That section requires the statement ‘genetically modified’.

(2A)    Products containing beta-carotene from item 6(b) are subject to the condition that their labelling must comply with section 1.5.2—4

                   (3)      Item 2(m) is also subject to the condition that, for the labelling provisions, unless the protein content has been removed as part of a refining process, the information relating to *foods produced using gene technology includes a statement to the effect that the high lysine corn line LY038 has been genetically modified to contain increased levels of lysine.

                   (4)      The table for this subsection is:

Food produced using gene technology

Commodity

Food derived from:

1

Canola

(a)    herbicide-tolerant canola line GT73

 

 

(b)    herbicide-tolerant canola lines Topas 19/2 and T45 and herbicide-tolerant and pollination-controlled lines Ms1, Ms8, Rf1, Rf2, Rf3

 

 

(c)    herbicide-tolerant canola line Westar-Oxy-235

 

 

(d)    herbicide-tolerant canola line MON88302

 

 

(e)    herbicide-tolerant canola line DP-073496-4

 

 

(f)     herbicide-tolerant canola line MS11

 

 

(g)    DHA canola line NS-B50027-4, subject to the condition that oil derived from DHA canola line NS-B50027-4 must not be used as an ingredient in infant formula products (see subsection (2))

2

Corn

(a)    herbicide-tolerant corn line GA21

 

 

(b)    insect-protected corn line MON810

 

 

(c)    herbicide-tolerant and insect-protected corn line Bt11

 

 

(d)    insect-protected corn line Bt176

 

 

(e)    herbicide-tolerant corn line T25

 

 

(f)     herbicide-tolerant corn line NK603

 

 

(g)    herbicide-tolerant and insect-protected corn line DBT418

 

 

(h)    herbicide-tolerant and insect-protected corn line 1507

 

 

(i)     insect-protected corn line MON863

 

 

(j)     herbicide-tolerant and insect-protected corn line DAS-59122-7

 

 

(k)    herbicide-tolerant and insect-protected corn line MON88017

 

 

(l)     insect-protected corn line MIR604

 

 

(m) high lysine corn line LY038 (see subsections (2) and (3))

 

 

(n)    amylase modified corn line 3272

 

 

(o)    insect-protected corn line MON89034

 

 

(p)    insect-protected corn line MIR162

 

 

(q)    herbicide-tolerant corn line DP-098140-6

 

 

(r)     drought-tolerant corn line MON87460

 

 

(s)    herbicide-tolerant corn line DAS-40278-9

 

 

(t)     insect-protected corn line 5307

 

 

(u)    herbicide-tolerant corn line MON87427

 

 

(v)    herbicide-tolerant and insect-protected corn line MON87411

 

 

(w)   herbicide-tolerant and insect-protected corn line 4114

 

 

(x)    herbicide-tolerant corn line MZHG0JG

 

 

(y)    high yield corn line MON87403

 

 

(z)    herbicide-tolerant and insect-protected corn line MZIR098

 

 

(za)  herbicide-tolerant corn line MON87419

3

Cotton

(a)    insect-protected cotton lines 531, 757 and 1076

 

 

(b)    herbicide-tolerant cotton line 1445

 

 

(c)    herbicide-tolerant cotton lines 10211 and 10222

 

 

(d)    insect-protected cotton line 15985

 

 

(e)    insect-protected cotton line COT102

 

 

(f)     herbicide-tolerant and insect-protected cotton line MXB-13

 

 

(g)    herbicide-tolerant cotton line LL25

 

 

(h)    herbicide-tolerant cotton line MON88913

 

 

(i)     herbicide-tolerant cotton line GHB614

 

 

(j)     insect-protected cotton line COT67B

 

 

(k)    herbicide-tolerant and insect-protected cotton line T304-40

 

 

(l)     herbicide-tolerant and insect-protected cotton line GHB119

 

 

(m) herbicide-tolerant cotton line MON88701

 

 

(n)    herbicide-tolerant cotton line DAS-81910-7

 

 

(o)    herbicide-tolerant cotton line GHB811

 

 

(p)    insect-protected cotton line MON88702

4

Lucerne

(a)    herbicide-tolerant lucerne lines J101 and J163

 

 

(b)    reduced lignin lucerne line KK179

5

Potato

(a)    insect-protected potato lines BT-06, ATBT04-06, ATBT04-31, ATBT04-36, and SPBT02-05

 

 

(b)    insect- and virus-protected potato lines RBMT21-129, RBMT21-350 and RBMT22-82

 

 

(c)    insect- and virus-protected potato lines RBMT15-101, SEMT15-02 and SEMT15-15

          

 

(d)    reduced acrylamide potential and reduced browning potato line E12

 

 

(e)    reduced acrylamide potential and reduced browning potato lines F10 and J3

 

 

(f)     disease-resistant, reduced acrylamide potential and reduced browning potato lines W8, X17 and Y9

6

Rice

(a)    herbicide-tolerant rice line LLRICE62

 

 

(b)    provitamin A rice line GR2E (see subsection 2A))

7

Soybean

(a)    herbicide-tolerant soybean line 40-3-2

 

 

(b)    herbicide-tolerant soybean lines A2704-12 and A5547-127

 

 

(c)    herbicide-tolerant soybean line MON89788

 

 

(d)    herbicide-tolerant soybean line DP-356043-5

 

 

(e)    high oleic acid soybean line DP-305423-1 (see subsection (2))

 

 

(f)     insect-protected soybean line MON87701

 

 

(g)    herbicide-tolerant high oleic acid soybean line MON87705 (see subsection (2))

 

 

(h)    soybean line MON87769 producing stearidonic acid (see subsection (2))

 

 

(i)     herbicide-tolerant soybean line DAS-68416-4

 

 

(j)     herbicide-tolerant soybean line FG72

 

 

(k)    herbicide-tolerant soybean line MON87708

 

 

(l)     herbicide-tolerant soybean line CV127

 

 

(m) herbicide-tolerant soybean line DAS-44406-6

 

 

(n)    herbicide-tolerant soybean line SYHT0H2

 

 

(o)    insect-protected soybean line DAS-81419-2

 

 

(p)    insect-protected soybean line MON87751

8

Sugarbeet

(a)    herbicide-tolerant sugarbeet line 77

 

 

(b)    herbicide-tolerant sugarbeet line H7-1

9

Safflower

(a)    super high oleic safflower lines 26 and 40 (see subsection (2))

 

Amendment History

The Amendment History provides information about each amendment to the Schedule. The information includes commencement or cessation information for relevant amendments.

 

These amendments are made under section 92 of the Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991 unless otherwise indicated. Amendments do not have a specific date for cessation unless indicated as such.

 

About this compilation

 

This is compilation No. 12 of Schedule 26 as in force on 23 January 2019 (up to Amendment No. 183). It includes any commenced amendment affecting the compilation to that date.

 

Prepared by Food Standards Australia New Zealand on 23 January 2019.

 

Uncommenced amendments or provisions ceasing to have effect

 

To assist stakeholders, the effect of any uncommenced amendments or provisions which will cease to have effect, may be reflected in the Schedule as shaded boxed text with the relevant commencement or cessation date. These amendments will be reflected in a compilation registered on the Federal Register of Legislation including or omitting those amendments and provided in the Amendment History once the date is passed.

 

 

The following abbreviations may be used in the table below:

 

ad = added or inserted                                          am = amended

exp = expired or ceased to have effect                  rep = repealed

rs = repealed and substituted

 

Schedule 26 was published in the Food Standards Gazette No. FSC96 on 10 April 2015 as part of Amendment 154 (F2015L00450 –- 1 April 2015) and has since been amended as follows:

 

Clause affected

A’ment No.

FRL registration

Gazette

Commencement

(Cessation)

How affected

Description of amendment

Std heading

161

F2016L00120

18 Feb 2016

FSC103

22 Feb 2016

1 March 2016

 

am

Correct cross references to 1.1.1.

table to S263(4)

156

F2015L01225

6 Aug 2015

FSC98

6 Aug 2015

1 March 2016

 

ad

One GM commodity (corn).

table to S263(4)

159

F2015L01922

2 Dec 2015

FSC101

7 Dec 2015

1 March 2016

 

ad

One GM commodity (corn).

table to S263(4)

160

F2016L00037

11 Jan 2016

FSC102

14 Jan 2016

1 March 2016

 

ad

One GM commodity (soybean).

table to S263(4)

161

F2016L00120

18 Feb 2016

FSC103

22 Feb 2016

1 March 2016

 

am

Correct minor naming errors in (a) and (b) for lucerne commodities.

table to S263(4)

162

F2016L00519

15 April 2016

FSC104

21 April 2016

21 April 2016

 

ad

One GM commodity (corn).

table to S263(4)

162

F2016L00520

15 April 2016

FSC104

21 April 2016

21 April 2016

 

ad

One GM commodity (corn).

table to S263(4)

164

F2016L01200

21 July 2016

FSC106

21 July 2016

21 July 2016

 

ad

One GM commodity (corn).

table to S263(4)

165

F2016L01363

30 Aug 2016

FSC107

1 Sept 2016

1 Sept 2016

 

ad

One GM commodity (corn).

table to S263(4)

167

F2017L00103

7 Feb 2017

FSC109

9 Feb 2017

9 Feb 2017

ad

One GM commodity (potato).

table to S263(4)

168

F2017L00414

11 April 2017

FSC110

13 April 2017

 

13 April 2017

am

Correction of typographical errors in item 5(c) (potato).

table to S263(4)

175

F2017L01595

7 December 2017

FSC116

7 December 2017

7 December 2017

ad

One GM commodity (potato)

table to S263(4)

175

F2017L01596

7 December 2017

FSC116

7 December 2017

7 December 2017

ad

One GM commodity (canola)

S26—3(2)

177

F2018L00131

21 Feb 2018

FSC118

22 Feb 2018

22 February 2018

ad

Inserting new subclause (2A) after the Note to subsection S26—3(2)

table to S263(4)

177

F2018L00131

21 Feb 2018

FSC118

22 Feb 2018

22 February 2018

ad

Inserting item 6(b) provitamin A rice line GR2E

S263(2)

177

F2018L00132

21 Feb 2018

FSC118

22 Feb 2018

22 February 2018

ad

Inserting item 1(g) immediately before item 2(m)

table to S26—3(4)

177

F2018L00132

21 Feb 2018

FSC118

22 Feb 2018

22 February 2018

ad

Inserting item 1(g) DHA canola line NS-B50027-4

table to S26—3(4)

179

F2018L00652

24 May 2018

FSC120

24 May 2018

24 May 2018

ad

Inserting item 3(o) herbicide-tolerant cotton line GHB811

table to S26—3(4)

180

F2018L01150

22 August 2018

FSC 121

23 August 2018

23 August 2018

ad

Inserting under item 3 (p) insect-protected cotton line MON88702

table to S26—3(4)

182

F2018L01595

23 Nov 2018

FSC123

29 Nov 2018

29 Nov 2018

am

Corrections to typographical errors 1(g) and 6(b)

table to S26—3(2)

183

F2019L00038

11 Jan 2019

FSC123

23 Jan 2019

23 January 2019

ad

Inserting , and 9(a) after ‘7(h)’

table to S26—3(4)

183

F2019L00038

11 Jan 2019

FSC123

23 Jan 2019

23 January 2019

ad

Inserting item 9 Safflower