|The Economics and Industry Standing Committee review and report to the Assembly on -
(a) the market dominance of major food retail chains in Western Australia and their impact on all sections of the market, including production and wholesaling;
(b) the health and safety of imported foodstuffs, including fruit and vegetables and whether the standards applied in the country of origin are comparable with standards required in Australia;
(c) the labelling of foodstuffs and their origins to identify the location where produce is grown and packed;
(d) any other issue relevant to the production of fruit and vegetables and protection of food standards in Western Australia; and
(e) the role of, and mechanisms available to, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to restrict market dominance and tackle anti-competitive behaviour along with the effect of the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cwlth) on production and marketing, and to recommend any changes that should be made to the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cwlth).