Working to keep your dairy products safe



This is a friendly reminder to those few who have not yet had the chance to submit their 2017-18 Annual Returns.  Important you send them to us before 30 September 2017 – your accreditation cannot be continued after this date. 

If you would like another copy of your Annual Return document, we are happy to assist.  Just ring or email and we will arrange.

Thank you for your assistance.


2017 – 18 Annual Returns

The 2017-18 Annual Returns have been posted out today, 21st June 2017. 

If you do not receive your Annual Return within the next two weeks, please contact the office on 08 8223 2277 to arrange for a copy to be sent to you.

Your 2017-18 Accreditation Certification will be forwarded  upon receipt of your Annual Return (and payment of your  Annual Fee if applicable).

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The Dairy Authority of South Australia is the legislative body that oversees the production of all dairy products in the State to ensure that food safety standards are maintained, and all South Australian dairy products are safe for people to eat and drink. We do this by applying the Food Safety Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) food standards at each point of the dairy production process. Dairy farmers, transporters of raw milk, and processors of milk products are all required to be accredited with the Authority and are regularly audited to ensure they are complying with the standards. The South Australian dairy industry produces between 500 and 600 million litres of milk each year from more than 250 dairy farms, which makes its way to nearly 50 dairy processors, before going to stores and then to consumers. Because of near universal support for the food safety standards and processes, there are very few issues reported each year in the dairy supply chain.   Banner image: (cc) Adam Campbell