Is 'substantial transformation' the wrong criterion for the kangaroo?
Published: 12 Mar 2018
The new Country Food Labelling Information Standard 2016 has essentially split origin declarations on behalf of food products into two discrete claims: what percentage of the ingredients come from Australia and has the product been made in Australia or not. This article examines whether the legacy criterion of substantial transformation is the appropriate one for a food product being able to claim that it has been made in Australia.
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