We are at the stage now that really hardly anything is now Australian made and that includes food as well, a lot of Australian food brands now carry marking that they are made from local and imported ingredients but I bet my last dollar that the imported part is the greater of the two.The 'local and imported ingredients' line is no longer allowed to be used with the Australian Made logo.
All we are good for now is digging something out of the soil and exporting it to buy it back in products made overseas.
Using the Australian Made logo on foods now requires including additional information showing the minimum proportion of Australian ingredients underneath the logo.
A quick look in my kitchen shows the Australian Made logo used correctly on a few products, including a couple with less than 50%:
Fleurieu Milk Company full cream milk - 100%
Western Star dairy spread - at least 90%
Millel Parmesan cheese - at least 94%
Mission tortillas - at least 88%
Bega Peanut Butter - at least 30%
Nippys Pineapple Juice - 0% (still eligible for Australian Made logo with the 0% bar below it, as it is packed in Australia from imported ingredients)
Claims about Australian involvement which are not regulated due to not using the Australian Made logo:
Lindt Hot Chocolate Flakes - "Milk Chocolate manufactured by Lindt & Sprüngli (Schweiz) AG, Flakes manufactured and packed in Australia"
Bundaberg Ginger Beer - "Made in Australia" (no country of origin information, no logo)
And a few others which are compliant with the rules because they make no claim about Australian content.
Siena Passata - "packed in Italy from local and imported ingredients"
Trident Sweet Chilli Sauce - "made in Thailand from local and important ingredients"
Nandos Peri-Peri Marinade - "made in South Africa" (no country of origin information)
John West Tuna - "made in Thailand"