Notice - Notification of WTO Members: Draft Food (Amendment No. Y) Regulations 2023
||Draft Food (Amendment No. Y) Regulations 2023
The Singapore Food Agency (SFA) has conducted a review of the Food Regulations and proposes to include new microbiological standards for non-ready-to eat (RTE) food in a new Part 3 of the Eleventh Schedule. "Non-ready-to-eat food" means any food which is not defined as "ready-to-eat food" under the Food Regulations.
 Ready-to-eat food", as defined under Regulation 35(2) of the Food Regulations,:
1. means any article of food that is made available for sale for direct human consumption without the need for cooking or any other form of processing to eliminate, or reduce to a microbiological standard specified in the Eleventh Schedule, any pathogenic or other micro-organism of concern in the article of food; and
2. includes cup noodles, fruit juice cordial, squash or syrup, powdered beverages and other concentrated food which are meant to be reconstituted or diluted with fluids before consumption.
||Non-ready-to-eat (RTE) meat and meat products