This bill extends the expiry date of the Dietary Supplements Regulations 1985 by 5 years, from 1 March 2021 to 1 March 2026. The objective of this bill is to maintain consumer access to New Zealand dietary supplements until a fit-for-purpose regulatory regime is expected to fully commence.
Royal Assent given 22 February 2021.
Enacted as the Food (Continuation of Dietary Supplements Regulations) Amendment Act 2021 (2021/2)
Passed by a majority of 120 votes (120 ayes, 0 noes, 0 abstentions)
|Bill type||Government bill|
|Introduced||12 May 2020|
|First reading||27 May 2020|
|Select Committee||Primary Production Committee|
|Public submissions due||12 August 2020|
|Select Committee report back||17 December 2020|
|Second reading||10 February 2021|
|Committee of the whole House||18 February 2021|
|Third reading||18 February 2021|
|Royal Assent||22 February 2021|
|Enacted as||Food (Continuation of Dietary Supplements Regulations) Amendment Act 2021 (2021/2)|
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