Operating a dairy business

A licence issued by Dairy Food Safety Victoria is your authorisation to operate and trade in the Victorian dairy industry and is a requirement by law under the Dairy Act 2000.

As a DFSV-licensed dairy business operator you are responsible for ensuring the food you produce is safe.

All dairy food business operators need to be aware of their obligations, in particular legislation regarding food hygiene and food safety.

Follow the links for information specific to your licence.

DFSV undertakes the Product Surveillance Program which monitors the safety and quality of dairy products manufactured in Victoria. The Australian Milk Residue Analysis (AMRA) survey coordina ...

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The Primary Production and Processing Standard for Dairy (Standard 4.2.4) enables the production and sale of selected cheeses made from unpasteurised milk.The Standard requires strict through-chain ...

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As a DFSV-licensed dairy manufacturer you are responsible for ensuring the food you produce is safe for human consumption. This section outlines regulatory and food safety requirements. ...

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As a DFSV-licensed dairy farmer you are responsible for ensuring the food you produce is safe for human consumption. This section outlines regulatory and food safety requirements. ...

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As a DFSV-licensed dairy distributor you are responsible for ensuring the food you handle is safe for human consumption. This section outlines regulatory and food safety requirements. ...

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As a DFSV-licensed dairy carrier you are responsible for ensuring the food you transport is safe for human consumption. This section outlines regulatory and food safety requirements. ...

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