The Australian Made Campaign Ltd (AMCL) has welcomed today’s announcement from the Federal Government outlining its commitment to support Australian manufacturers here and abroad. The commitment will see AMCL receive up to $5M to promote the famous Australian Made, Australian Grown (AMAG) logo in key export markets, as well as establishing trade mark registrations in … Continue reading Australian Made welcomes support for Aussie manufacturers and exporters
People will soon be able to easily identify Australian cider makers, apple growers and pear growers with the launch of Cider Australia’s ‘100 per cent Australian grown’ trust mark. Cider Australia and Wine Australia worked closely to launch the brand proposition at the eighth annual Australian Cider Awards in early October. The push to promote … Continue reading Australian grown trust mark aims to boost cider exports
Domino’s has met a request from Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, David Littleproud, to better display country of origin information. At a Country of Origin Labelling roundtable in May — which included McDonalds, Subway, KFC and Domino’s — major fast food outlets agreed to put country of origin information on their websites and apps, … Continue reading Domino’s meets request from Australian government to publish detailed country of origin information
The Board of Australian Made Campaign has appointed Ben Lazzaro as its new chief executive. The organisation is responsible for promoting and administering the nation’s iconic green-and-gold Australian Made, Australian Grown logo. Lazzaro will succeed retiring chief executive, Ian Harrison, who steps down at the end of July. Lazzaro has an engineering and communications background … Continue reading Australian Made appoints new chief executive
New research from market intelligence agency Mintel reveals that as many 72 per cent of metro Australians make the effort to buy food or drink products with an Australian Made/Grown logo, while 17 per cent always make it a point to do the same. Among the urban Australians who purchase products with the Australian Made/Grown … Continue reading Most Aussies look for food with Australian Made logo – research
The Australian Made Campaign is encouraging all shoppers to have an ‘eggscellent’ time this Easter by celebrating Australian products and produce. Whether visiting a supermarket, chocolatier or fishmonger, shoppers should look for the green-and-gold kangaroo logo this Easter, if they want to be sure what they are buying is genuinely Australian. “The Australian Made, Australian … Continue reading Australian Made reminds shoppers buy Aussie this Easter
If you want your Australia Day to be as authentic as possible, products carrying the Australian Made, Australian Grown logo should be a big part of the celebrations.
The Australian Made Campaign has partnered with the New South Wales Business Chamber’s Export Growth China initiative to provide a live, interactive webinar.
Media personality Sam Kekovich has teamed up with the Australian Made Campaign to encourage shoppers to look for the Australian Made, Australian Grown logo.
The Australian Made Campaign today welcomed comments made by Fortescue Metals Chairman, Andrew Forrest, at the Bao Forum for Asia on China’s Hainan Island this week, calling for Australia’s food and agriculture sectors to work together more closely to promote their products using a ‘Brand Australia’ strategy.
DataTrace technology is set to be used for Australian export food & wine authentication, Security & Safety.
Proposed changes to Australia’s Country of Origin Labelling system are a small step towards meaningful reform but fall short of giving Australian consumers information that genuinely identifies the true origins of a product’s ingredients.
Integrated packaging company tna has won the prestigious EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award for Eastern Australia.
Beginning on the 15th of August, Australian Made Campaign Retail Supporter, Premium Australia Foods (PAF), will begin a major ecommerce campaign promoting Australian-made products to China.
The Ai Group has welcomed the retention of the “Made in Australia” claim, but said “cost will still be a significant factor.”
Australia’s first 100 per cent locally grown frozen berries, will begin processing in the Yarra Valley next month.
While the overall consensus is that the new label designs are better than the old, not everyone is completely satisfied.
The government’s country of origin labelling online survey for consumers closes tomorrow, 3 July.
While the government is working on a mandatory country-of-origin symbol, Australian Made is busy promoting the green kangaroo.
The Australian Government has opened an online Country of Origin Labelling survey as part of its national consultation process.