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    Quilton toilet paper is one that comes to mind.

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    Here's some info about the little Australian logo you see on products which will help identify how Australian the products are:

    http://www.australianmade.com.au/why...bout-the-logo/

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    Download the shop ethical app - it tells you what companies/products are Australian made and how ethical they are eg: aldi does sell Australian made products but the aldi company is 100% German owned and they do very badly on an ethical scale in regards to animal welfare and slave labour where's IGA supermarkets are 100% Australian owned and do very well ethically

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    Quote Originally Posted by GBA85 View Post
    I've been told the Aldi nappies are now made in Australia (along with Huggies). Aldi formula (Mamia) is also marked as made in Australia. I had to stop using the formula though as it's a Gold and baby got a but constipated with it.
    Good to know about the nappies.


 

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