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Labelling guide & Standards Toolkit

With consumers increasing interest in sustainability, the information brands are expected to provide now extends past the size but where it was made and what it is made of.

by The AFC

12 October 2021

The AFC’s Labelling Toolkit is your one stop guide for information about care labelling for clothing and textiles. Find out what information you need to include, what is required by law and for exporting, and why it’s important for consumers.
 

Australian standards, labelling law and guidelines assists consumers in the purchasing of fashion & textile products. For Australian fashion & textile products, there are several requirements that need to be observed and maintained. AFC Members have exclusive access to our Standards and Labelling Toolkit where you can find out about what requirements your business needs to follow when labelling your clothing, garments, apparel and textiles.
 

With consumers increasing interest in sustainability, the information brands are expected to provide now extends past the size but where it was made and what it is made of. By law, there are certain parts of information that must be included in order to sell and export garments.
 

This toolkit will cover:

1. Country of origin labelling

2. Fibre content labelling

3. Clothing sizing labelling

4. Environmental labelling

 

AFC Members can access this resource from the Toolkits page here.

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