In Victoria, all food premises are required to have a Food Act registration from their registering council before selling food. This includes fixed premises, such as cafes and restaurants – but also temporary and mobile food premises such as a market stall or a food van.
Streatrader is the online system for businesses and community groups to register and notify their temporary and mobile food premises with their registering council. For some more information regarding Streatrader, visit the Streatrader website.
If you're having a sausage sizzle, selling food at a market stall, or selling food from a food truck, you'll have to be registered with Streatrader. You'll also need to lodge a Statement of Trade each time you are selling food. Here's how you go about it: