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Start Your Food Business food-business-supplier-2 Before you eat your next restaurant meal, read this!

Before you eat your next restaurant meal, read this!

From July 1, all food sold in retail stores across Australia had to be marked with the product’s country of origin. However, the new laws don’t apply to food sold in places like restaurants, cafes, pubs, clubs and fish and chip shops. Seafood Industry Australia (SIA) wants to see these labelling laws extended to the service of food.

Megna Murali owner of Start Your Food Business consultancy agrees with Ms Lovell and said Australian produce is seen around the world as being superior in quality and less likely to be contaminated due to our high standards of food safety.

“Using locally grown or produced products signals to customers that they can trust you and your products to be safe and of the highest quality available,” she said.

“Buying local ingredients and products that use local ingredients supports the growers and producers in Australia, which in turn contributes to the economy and helps small businesses to continue offering value and quality to the market.”

 

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From July 1, all food sold in retail stores across Australia had to be marked with the product’s country of origin. However, the new laws don’t apply to food sold in places like restaurants, cafes, pubs, clubs and fish and chip shops. Seafood Industry Australia (SIA) wants to see these labelling laws extended to the service of food.

Megna Murali owner of Start Your Food Business consultancy agrees with Ms Lovell and said Australian produce is seen around the world as being superior in quality and less likely to be contaminated due to our high standards of food safety.

“Using locally grown or produced products signals to customers that they can trust you and your products to be safe and of the highest quality available,” she said.

“Buying local ingredients and products that use local ingredients supports the growers and producers in Australia, which in turn contributes to the economy and helps small businesses to continue offering value and quality to the market.”

 

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