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New Country of Origin Food Labelling Laws

Eva Pettifor . 7 Jun 2017 . Comments
New Country of Origin Food Labelling Laws

Does your business grow, produce, manufacture, distribute, import or sell food?

What do you have to do to comply with the new Country of Origin Food Labelling Information Standard?

Join the ACCC’s Deputy Chair, Dr Michael Schaper, along with representatives from peak industry groups at 6:30pm on Thursday 22 June AEST for a free webinar on the new law. The webinar will focus on the practical issues for businesses complying with the new food labelling requirements before they become mandatory on 1 July 2018.

The webinar will address the following questions:

  • Who needs to make a country of origin claim?
  • What do ‘grown’, ‘produced’, ‘made’ and ‘packed’ mean?
  • When can I make a ‘made in’ claim?
  • How do I calculate the percentage of Australian content in my products?
  • How will the new requirements be enforced?
Register now to participate. If you want to know about Country of Origin Labelling, check out the online guide.

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