I am pleased the new labeling is finally, albeit slowly, coming in.
I have had gripes with the term made in Australia and have been annoyed by its blatant overuse/misuse for foreign products. I have seen dried fruit not grown in Australian commercially labeled as 'Made in Australia from local and imported ingredients'. Anyone reading the label would think that there is potential that the dried fruit is Australian...not realising that the fruit is not commercially grown in Australia and therefore would not be in mass produced packaging in private label supermarket products. About the only Australian component would be the air within the packaging and potentially the packaging itself.
Using the Australian flag has also annoyed me as well. One particular supermarket is renown for using Australian flags on 'Made in Australia from local and imported ingredients'...some of these products are delivered in bulk to Australia, mixed and then bagged for retail sale. Like above (dried fruit example), they are not Australian and the Australian flag is misleading labeling/advertising. They even use the Australian flag in the letterbox advertising material for non-Australian products which are mixed and bagged in Australia.