Protect your label and avoid forgery. Copying labels is easily done – with a well thought out strategy
your brand is safeguarded.
Judgement of a honey product is largely based on the information supplied by the label on the jar. The
connection of the label to the honey within the jar is the work of traceability and chemistry, but what
happens when the label is tampered with and the two do not align?
This workshop will guide you through simple techniques to identify your risk, learn about the ways
you can protect your label and create a solution for customer trust in your brand.
Held on-line in two three-hour sessions, this workshop will enable you to work with the tools
provided to reach your solutions. The goal of the workshop is for you to arrive at a solution you can
This workshop is for all Australian beekeepers packing their honey, or packers packing beekeeper
Dr. Caroline Francis
Program Manager of Industrial Design (Honours)
School of Design, RMIT University
CRICOS provider code: 00122A
Orchid ID: Dr Caroline Francis
Watch the videos by clicking on YouTube links below:
Day 1: https://youtu.be/qAVc4heizrw
Day 2: https://youtu.be/1dZuzaj7ABk
This was funded by the Traceability Grants Program – “Delivering quality assured Australian Honey
Bee Products” in collaboration with B-QUAL Australia, CRC for Honey Bee Products and UWA.