Made In Britain
Made in Britain brings together the British manufacturing community, united with the use of the registered collective marks. The marks are protected and can only be used by members of Made in Britain.
To be eligible for membership you must be a manufacturer making physical goods (excluding digital products and software) where raw materials/components have undergone a substantial and transformative change as a result of your manufacturing processes in Great Britain or Northern Ireland.
One hundred per cent of labour/human resource that makes the finished product carrying the mark, is in Great Britain or Northern Ireland.
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Which products are not eligible under the Made In Britain mark?
The following products are assembled in the EU and therefore are not covered by the Made In Britain certification: