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- When can Imported Fish Oil be "Made in Australia"?
What happened next was that t63 brands of squalene oil and 11 brands of krill oil even though they did not use fish caught or grown in Australia. Many of these brands even use the word “Australia” or Australian geography in their brand name...'
Story also featured in The Land
Court rules fish oil capsules "Not made in Australia".
The AMCL is the organisation responsible for licensing the 'Made in Australia' kangaroo logo. The AMCL rejected Nature's Care's license renewal application so it would accord with the views expressed by the ACCC in its industry guide on complementary healthcare products and Country of Origin Labelling.
ACCC Country of Origin labelling Facts.
Under the definition goods are substantially transformed in a country if: they were 'grown' or 'produced' in that country, or as a result of one or more processes undertaken in that country, the goods are fundamentally different in identity, nature or essential character from all their imported ingredients or components.
"Australian Made" and Manufacturing...What does it really mean?
The veneer of "Australian-ness" can be misleading. Recently, we have received a number of enquiries from our clients and suppliers regarding what the "Australian Made" certificate is all about. 83% more people are employed because we choose to be an Australian manufacturer and not an importer.
Groups and associations who we support and work with, who's efforts help to manage and preserve the oceans we all rely on.
MSC Marine Stewardship Council
The Marine Stewardship Council has been part of a team effort to keep oceans healthy and full of life.
Choose the blue fish label and make sure the fish you eat can be traced back to a sustainable source. Keep it wild.
AFMA Australian Fisheries Management Authority
AFMA manage and monitor commercial Commonwealth fishing to ensure Australian fish stocks and our fishing industry are viable now and in the future.
SETFIA South East Trawl Fishing Industries Association
SETFIA are a not-for-profit industry association representing quota owners, fishermen and sellers in the south east trawl fishery.
WWF World Wildlife fund
An international, no-government organisation working on the preservation of our wildlife and the reduction of our impact on that environment.