Packaging terms

You will find the following terms in the country of origin labelling online tool and you may come across them in your own reading about food labelling.

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Food products

Non-priority foods do not require the standard mark, but they often require a country of origin statement. Non-priority food products need to comply with either the Information Standard or the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code. The foods below are some of the non-priority foods.

You should still do your own assessment of your food product to determine if it is a priority or non-priority food. Our country of origin labelling tool may be able to help you with this assessment.

Non-priority foods

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Other foods

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Visit our product labelling page to discover more information about country of origin food labelling.