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Case Studies

Multicam
Multicam

CNC routing machine manufacturers are a dying breed, but Multicam will celebrate its 30th anniversary in 2014, and proudly promotes the Australian Made logo on its products to this day.

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Media Releases

Consumers make every day Australia Day
Consumers make every day Australia Day

The Australian Made logo has had its most successful year in its 24 year history with a record 46% increase in the number of businesses signing up to use the logo. And it’s all thanks to Australian consumers, who have made it very clear that they want to buy Australian and look for the famous logo to do so.

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Research

2005 survey of shoppers and importers in Thailand
2005 survey of shoppers and importers in Thailand

Survey results strongly suggest Australian products will benefit by using the Australian Made logo.

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School Kits

School Kits

Are you teaching or learning about Australian Made and Australian Grown products? Well, you've come to the right place! Our resources include an animated e-book, animated activity sheets, interactive activity sheets and fact sheets. Check out the lesson ideas for more creative ways to learn about buying local, and the Australian Made, Australian Grown logo (Australia’s only registered country-of-origin trade mark).

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Testimonials

Testimonials
A symbol for manufacturing compliance, commitment to local jobs and local reinvestment

 “We heavily promote the logo on our products and marketing and communications materials, because it is inherent that if a product has been made in Australia, you can expect quality, safety, consistency and longer lifecycles,” Kari Armitage, Managing Director – Quarry Mining 

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Submissions

Submission to the Review of Food Labelling Law and Policy
Submission to the Review of Food Labelling Law and Policy

In this submission the Australian Made Campaign proposes that all food products should be required to carry a country of origin claim, and that the Food Standards Code should continue to rely on the rules for country of origin claims set out in the Trade Practices Act and eventually in the new Australian Consumer Law. Australian Made also proposes that in order to make a claim that a product is ‘made in’ a country, the product must be ‘substantially transformed’ in that country. In addition, Australian Made proposes that companies should no longer be permitted to use qualified claims such as ‘Made in Australia from imported and local ingredients’ unless products meets the tests for a ‘Made in ...’ claim.

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