Local or imported? - Confusing Labelling

This San Remo FAQ page is more explicit (click through)

For those who don’t click, here is a snip of the product labelling styles.

They adhere to all labelling standards and requirements. Since they own the plant in Italy San Remo is the manufacturer. They make some products in Italy and it is properly labelled as ‘Produced in Italy’. eg. the head office is in SA, a factory is in Italy. It is thus manufactured by ‘head office’ but is a product of Italy.

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That government programs to improve country of origin labelling and terms such as ‘manufactured’, ‘product of’ and so on continue to confuse it reinforces the labelling could be improved.