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Food Safety

Made Easy

For ALL Small New Zealand Food Businesses


Let's get your food business fully

compliant and registered

quickly and easily.


If you're a small food company that needs help to get your food business registered and food safety compliant. Then I can help.


Apart from supplying you with the actual food safety compliance part (the big part!),  I can also provide a one-on-one guidance session, to walk you through your individual food safety requirements to make sure you know AND understand it. 


Hi! I'm

Lynda Fulton

I'm a freelance food safety consultant. I specialize in small start-up food businesses who aren't sure where to turn or where to go to get help with

their food safety compliance and registration. 

How I Can Help You


Basic Food Safety Training

Food safety training has become an essential requirement.  Food businesses have to make sure that they are up-to-date with all new food safety training requirements. This course is easy to follow and gets you and your staff trained quickly!


Food Control Plan  or National Programme 


I use MPI's pre-evaluated templates to keep it simple and to keep YOUR costs down. (Let's face it it's hard enough out there.)   The main benefit to this is I talk you through everything you need to know to get compliant and to stay compliant. 

Kind Words

Entering into the Food Business in whatever facet you choose is not for the faint-hearted!

It’s complexities and all the variables can be fairly overwhelming and challenging!

Not only is Lynda full of knowledge, and clearly cares about your vision and requirements,

she provides an enormous amount of additional concise, simplified records and materials

along with all the compliance requirements to assist and help get you through!

— Lara Hayes, A Bit Dressy

"Lynda Fulton at Food Safety NZ is an expert in this area and the excellent service she provides will enhance your own business, take away any concerns you have on compliance and allow you to concentrate on growing your business.

— Joanna Leahy, Canterbury University

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