According to Schedule 4 – Nutrition, Health and Related Claims of Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code, the conditions for making a nutrition content claim about dietary fibre are as follow:
|Property of Food||General claim conditions that must be met||Specific descriptor||Conditions that must be met if using specific descriptor|
|Dietary fibre||A serving of the food must contain at least 2 g of dietary fibre unless the claim is about low or reduced dietary fibre.||Good source||A serving of the food must contain at least 4 g of dietary fibre.|
|Excellent source||A serving of the food must contain at least 7 g of dietary fibre.|
|Increased||(a) the referred food must contains at least 2 g of dietary fibre per serving; and(b)the food contains at least 25% more dietary fibre than in the same amount of reference food.|
Australian Government. (2014). Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code. Schedule 4 – Nutrition, Health and Related Claims.