The AOA has revised its previous Labelling Guidelines to incorporate requirements of Australian Consumer Law (ACL) as set out in Schedule 2 of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010, The Australian Standard for olive oil and olive pomace oils (AS 5264-2011), the Voluntary Standard for Table Olives In Australia (RIRDC 2012 / Updated January 2020), Country of Origin Labelling Regulations which became mandatory in July 2018, and the Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) – Food Standards Code.
The future of the Australian Olive Industry is underpinned by our producers’ commitment to product quality and truth in labelling.
The following documents will assist olive producers and marketers in complying with government regulations and industry labelling requirements:
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