Better Food Labelling

Time is running out to fix dodgy food labels.
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01 .Better Food Labelling campaign

Australians deserve food labels that enable them to make informed decisions about what they eat. CHOICE is campaigning for industry and governments around Australia to act on the recommendations of a major, independent review of food labelling. This is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to give consumers better food labelling.

Ministers announce the future of food labelling

Australia’s food and health ministers have handed down their decisions on the future of food labelling, and the menu contains mixed results for consumers. While the ministers took some big strides in the right direction, they also missed a number of major opportunities to help consumers make informed decisions about what they eat. Read more... 

Wall of Shame

Shame the Claim has now closed and the worst offenders have been hung on the Wall of Shame.

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CageFreeEggs_LEADRSPCA ‘Good Egg Awards’ draw attention to free range standards - 25/11/2011

The RSPCA held its national Good Egg Awards on Wednesday 23rd November, highlighting the need for standards underpinning ‘free range’ and similar claims. More...


New logo shows need for reform of country of origin - 18/11/2011

Following last week’s update on Australian Made Australian Grown’s campaign, another country of origin logo was launched in Sydney’s Martin Place this week by Riverina Citrus. More...

New campaign shows need for improved country of origin labelling - 11/11/2011


The recent advertising blitz from ‘Australian Made, Australian Grown’ (AMAG) which highlighted imported foods that failed tests by the Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service (AQIS), draws attention to the need to improve mandatory country of origin labelling rules. More...


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