Understand Country of Origin Labelling changes with FoodLegal Online training

Posted by AFN Advertorial on 13th February 2017

Australia’s new Country of Origin Labelling laws have changed.

 An amendment in November 2016 to the scheme means there are different requirements for overseas food that is packed in Australia.

FoodLegal Online’s Country of Origin training series, consisting of 8 video modules, incorporates these changes to provide a comprehensive, up-to-date way for you to understand the labelling requirements and obligations under the new laws.

The training videos explain concepts such as “substantial transformation”, “priority foods”, “varying Australian content”, the new definition of “Made in Australia”, and more.

Watch the free first video by clicking here!

 FoodLegal is running its marketing compliance workshop in Melbourne and Sydney

 “Sign-off and take-off” on your marketing by learning how to make a distinctive statement while minimising regulatory risk.

 The workshops will also feature aspects of the new Country of Origin Labelling laws that you need to watch.

 For more information and to register, click here.

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FoodLegal InHouse is a global leading technology and comprehensive portal set of data and tools for any food or beverage company to streamline their compliance for any stage in developing a product or marketing and selling of a product.

With ongoing review and regularly notified updates, and powerful advanced search capabilities and project management tracking options, FoodLegal InHouse provides a system for instant guidance in business decision-making as well as solutions with commentary on food regulatory choices for most scenarios, from ingredients and composition to labelling and origin claims.

It is also invaluable as a knowledge base for training company personnel (such as in QA, R&D, NPD, Legal, Risk Management, or product category sessions, and product marketers).

See more about FoodLegal InHouse and organise a free trial by clicking here.