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New Food Labelling Legislation commences 1st July 2018.

If you sell food in retail stores in Australia new Country of Origin Labelling (CoOL) laws have applied to your products from 1st July 2016.

The reforms become mandatory on 1st July 2018 following a two-year transition period. This means food products packaged from 1st July 2018 must display the new labels.

So, if you haven't seen our new labels yet, you will soon. They look stunning. You will note they are much easier to read and understand. In addition to the new legislation, Product Specifications, MSDS and Certificate of Analysis (COA) is available for all products upon request.

If you require any further information on the new CoOL Legislation and how it may impact you, Please feel free to contact us.

We intend to visit our entire Australian Retail Network during May 2018 and June 2018. For all State visiting dates, please follow this link to make an appointment. 

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