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The following paragraphs represent our best efforts to date
to secure statements of Policy on Food Irradiation from each of the main political parties.

Where a Party doesn't yet have a mention is merely an indication that
either no feedback has been received from the representatives of that party
or our research is not yet complete.

The major parties are invited to indicate a concise policy statement by email to the SFIA.




Queensland Democrats

"Commit to ensuring the safety of the Queensland community by ensuring that the establishment of nuclear power plant facilities, food irradiation plants, and other types of nuclear facilities are prohibited."

Priority Environment Policies, Qld 2001-2004. Page 34.

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