2. Consumer friendliness
The CHOICE Recommended program will be accessible to consumers through the appearance of the 'CHOICE Recommended' logo at point-of-sale, in marketing promotions and broadcast. Consumers can report infringements or ask questions about the scheme by phoning 1800 069 552 or emailing email@example.com
3. Conflict of interests
CHOICE has mechanisms in place to deal with conflict of interests – staff declaration of company interests or shareholdings and rigorous comparative testing methods either developed internally or based on Australian or International Standards. Test methods are based on identifying the best performing products and are not influenced by manufacturers in any way. Licence payments are a one-off fee – we don’t receive additional payments per item sold by the manufacturer as a result of a CHOICE recommendation.
CHOICE reserves the right to refuse a licence application.
4. Stakeholder engagement
In setting up the scheme CHOICE consulted manufacturers and conducted consumer research with members and non-members of CHOICE. We welcome feedback about the program from manufacturers, retailers and consumers at any time and we will consider all responses. Phone 1800 069 552 or email firstname.lastname@example.org The CHOICE Recommended scheme is regularly reviewed by the CHOICE Board of Directors
A review of the scheme will be announced annually on our website seeking public comment.
5. Equitable participation
CHOICE has built flexibility into the scheme to ensure that small manufacturers and businesses are not excluded. We can offer licence fee discounts based on company size, market share and price point for the product.
CHOICE’s product testing is based on rigorous methodology and expertise. Where appropriate it follows Australian or International Standards, and key areas of CHOICE testing are NATA accredited
Reports are subject to factual verification by CHOICE experts.
• CHOICE Recommended models
• Use Regulations
• Deed of Licence
• Application form