The following are examples of permitted listings in the Grocery & Gourmet Food category.
Note: All listings and products must comply with all laws and regulations.
Examples of permitted listings
All food products offered for sale on Amazon.com.au must be intended for sale in Australia and comply with all applicable Australian laws and regulations, including, but not limited to, food information and labelling regulations (such as Food Standard 1.2.1).
Properly prepared and sealed foods and beverages that are appropriately packaged and labelled. Products need to be shipped appropriately to protect the quality and safety of the food, to avoid spoilage, melting, damage and so on. All food packaging must include the following:
Name and address of the packaging company
Expiration date. Where both day and month apply, please note that the Australian format is DD/MM/YYYY
Net content quantity and weight (the weight of the contents, not including any packaging)
Advisory statements, warning statements, and declarations (if applicable)
Batch-controlled products with a shelf-life of greater than 90 days.
Perishable products must be removed from inventory 50 days before the expiration date.
For Amazon-fulfilled orders (FBA), units within 50 days of expiration will be removed for disposal and will not be available for return.
Examples of prohibited listings
Unregistered infant formula
Goat's milk infant formula
HIPP formula and milk products
Mini jelly cups containing konjac
Products containing any meat imported from China
Betel nut products or products containing betel nut flavouring
Kaffir lime leaves imported from Thailand
Sincerely Nuts products that contain
crystallised ginger, such as: