Genetically Modified Programs
Definition: A genetically modified product (GM product) means a thing (other than a GMO) derived or produced from a GMO (section 10 of the GT Act).
Food made from gene technology is either defined as substantially different or substantially equivalent, in composition, nutrition, taste, smell, texture and functional characteristics, to conventional foods.
See what GM foods are allowed in Australia (as of July 2008):
For the list of approved food additives and processing aids: