Organic food labelling in Australia: A 'Murky Environment' in need of reform
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The Australian organic industry recently had a spotlight shone on it in the high profile Supreme Court of Western Australia case 'Marsh v Baxter' (2014) 46 WAR 377. Martin J's judgment described the Australian organic labelling framework as 'a somewhat murky environment' due to the use of ambiguous terminology, in particular the use of the terms 'organic' and 'certified organic'.
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