Selling pre-packaged fruit or vegetable juice. You do not need a food business licence for fruit and vegetable juice not prepared at the place of sale (e.g. ginger juice manufactured elsewhere), but you will need to comply with labelling requirements, and you may need a food manufacturer licence.
Selling snack foods that are not potentially hazardous
Selling seeds, spices and dried herbs.
Selling tea leaves.
Selling coffee beans and ground coffee.
Grinding coffee beans.
Selling ice and flavoured ice.
You may not need a food business licence for the activities listed but you still need to comply with the Food Act 2006.
For more information on Licensable Food Businesses click here.