In Australia and New Zealand, the use of food additives in foods is regulated by the Food Standards Code and enforced under state and territory food laws. The Australia New Zealand Food Authority (ANZFA) is responsible for developing of, or variation to, food standards in the Food Standards Code. The Australia New Zealand Food Standards Council (ANZFSC), made up of State, Territory, Commonwealth and New Zealand Health Ministers, makes the final decision. ANZFA only allows additives if it can be shown that no harmful effects are expected to result. This involves their scientists evaluating the data gained from extensive testing of the additive. A decision on food additive safety is based on the acceptable daily intake (ADI), which is amount of a food additive that can be eaten every day for an entire lifetime without adverse effect.