Where a product was “made in” might depend on where it is being sold

When the Country of Origin Information Standard was introduced in 2016, it significantly altered the test for where a food product can claim to have been “made in”. In many instances, the test used for a “made in” claim in Australia differs to that used in other countries. This article does a comparison for the test for a “made in” claim under Australian laws with the test under New Zealand laws, and explores whether the same product might need to declare that it was made in different locations depending on the country in which it is sold.

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