Food Service Resources

The following resources, posters and websites are designed to help you to improve the management of food allergens in your food business. 

All about Allergens booklet
All about Allergens booklet 

This free booklet has been designed to support the All about Allergens online training.  

Simply download here and print.

Allergy Aware Checklist

Allergy Aware Checklist

A free checklist to help make sure your business is allergy aware.

Simply download here and print.

Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia Food Service Kit

Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia has a Food Service Kit containing a comprehensive booklet explaining food allergy management in food service, posters, Food Allergen Cards for the most common allergens,  brochures and other materials to help you manage food allergy in your business. 

A&AA Food Service Kit

To purchase the Food Service Kit go to:

Matrix template

Download and print a sample "Eat Easy" allergen matrix and a food allergen matrix template that your business can use.

Sample PDF | Template (Word document)

Food allergen matrix

Food allergen cards

The food allergen cards will help you to identify common names for each of the most common food allergens as well as the foods which are most likely to contain the food allergen. 

Food allergen cards

Posters in School Canteens

Down load posters here: 

Food Allergy management in School Canteens

Food Safety in School Canteens 


Posters in Food Service

Download posters here: 

Food Allergy Management in Food Service

Food Safety in Food Service


Food Standards Code

Information about the Food Standards Code and your responsibilities as a food service provide is available from the Food Standards Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ) website.


Food enforcement contacts in each region

In Australia, compliance with the Code for all foods is monitored by authorities in the states and territories. In New Zealand, it is monitored by the Ministry for Primary Industries and public health units.


The contact details for enforcement agencies in Australia and New Zealand are available from the following link:


General information about food allergy and anaphylaxis

ASCIA Action Plans, videos on how to give the EpiPen and other food allergy and anaphylaxis resources.

Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia:



Information about the VITAL (Voluntary Incidental Trace Allergen Labelling) Program

Allergen Bureau:  


Information hub for food service providers

Allergen Collaboration:


Food industry guide to allergen labelling

Australian Food & Grocery Council (AFGC):

Last modified: Friday, 21 August 2020, 10:04 AM