What qualifies as made in Britain? Are there rules governing country of origin labelling? This video tells you everything you need to know about whether you can label a product as made in the UK
‘Can I label my product as made in Britain?’ is the one question that I get asked more than anything else. It is a very grey area and something that many people find confusing. So it thought it would be good to set the record straight once and for all.
In this video I explain what constitutes a made in Britain product and I bust some of the myths surrounding country of origin labelling.
You’ll find out…
– What the law is surrounding made in Britain labelling
– What percentage of a product has to be manufactured here
– Whether the raw materials have to have come from the UK
– What the myths are surrounding what can and can’t be labelled as made in Britain
I also give you several examples of products and whether they can be called made in Britain – with a clear formula that will help you work out whether your product can be labelled as made in the UK