Can I use the Australian owned logo?
The AMAG logo was commissioned by the Federal Government in 1986. The AMAG logo is not for profit and funded by the licence fees businesses pay to use the logo. The campaign is not funded by Government. To use the logo, you must apply to AMCL for a licence for your products.
Who owns Made in Australia logo?
In 2002, the federal government transferred ownership of the logo to Australian Made Campaign Limited, a not-for-profit public company established in 1999 which now administers the logo.
What brands are Australian made and owned?
Which household brands are still Australian owned?
- Arnott’s. Key products: TimTam, Shapes, Jatz.
- Bushells. Key products: Tea and coffee.
- Uncle Tobys. Key products: Roll Ups, Cheerios, Le Snak, Oats.
- Rosella. Key products: Tomato sauce, soup, chutney.
What is the difference between Australian made and Australian owned?
First up, there’s a difference between products that are made in Australia, but not necessarily owned by an Australian company. For example, a yoghurt brand may produce their product in Australia, using local ingredients, but are actually owned by a larger, international corporation.
What does 100% Australian Made mean?
• Australian Made: The product has been made in Australia (not just assembled or packaged) and over 50 per cent of the cost of production cost has been incurred in Australia. *Food products must also meet a strict set of criteria to avoid confusing consumers about the product’s true country-of-origin.
Can I say Australian made?
The Australian Consumer Law (ACL) Country of origin claims can be made using words and/or pictures and may be: expressed by a statement such as ‘Made in Australia’, ‘Product of Thailand’, ‘Grown in New Zealand’
What does 100% Australian owned mean?
There have been various observations of companies that claim they are “Australian owned”, “Proudly 100% Australian” or using terms such as “Built in Australia.” This claim is made to disguise that these companies warehouse or sell a product that is actually manufactured overseas and imported into Australia.
Is Bega Australian owned?
Bega Cheese is an Australian owned and operated cheese company located in the beautiful Bega Valley, on the south coast of New South Wales. The company was founded as a dairy co-operative in 1899, and many of the current owners of Bega Cheese are the 100 plus dairy farmers.
How does buying Australian made benefit the Australian economy?
By purchasing Australian made products, you are supporting the economy at every level – from creating jobs and allowing Australians to return to their previous jobs to supporting farmers, suppliers and local businesses, increasing tax revenue, reducing the cost of welfare and much more.