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NSW DPI Biosecurity and Food Safety manages risks associated with interactions between people, plants, animals, the food we eat, and our environment. Building on these interdependencies, the NSW Biosecurity and Food Safety Strategy 2022-2030 has been released, drawing on the concept of ‘One Health’ to deliver optimal biosecurity and food safety outcomes, and contribute to economic, social, and environmental prosperity.

Recognising that the rising complexity of Australia’s biosecurity and food safety environment is driving the need for new and innovative approaches to managing challenges now and into the future, the NSW Biosecurity and Food Safety Strategy 2022-2030:

  • sets a clear vision for biosecurity and food safety in NSW
  • maps strategic objectives for Government, industry, and the community, and
  • marks key activities to guide prioritisation, decision-making and actions at the state level.

The Strategy will guide the state’s actions in responding to an increasingly challenging environment where the risks to our biosecurity and food safety demand we improve and evolve how we prepare and prevent, respond, contain, and minimise impacts.

Find out more here and download the Strategy document here.