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Submitted by on Oct 21, 2021

The “Made in Italy” tag is the hallmark of quality for Italian goods. The use of this label has become universal, and it is now hidden in the background as a matter of course for all products that are made in Italy.

For many years, it was used mainly for clothing and footwear, but today it can be found on virtually any product, including foodstuffs.

The “Made in Italy” label was first introduced by law number 640 on 1 January 1973 to protect products made inside the country against imports from outside. The law gave customs officers the power to seize goods which bore labels suggesting they were manufactured outside Italy – even if this wasn’t true – and impose fines equal to five times the cost of their importation.

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The label has been around since the 1950s, when it was created by the Ministry for Economic Development. It was meant to protect Italian companies from cheap imports and to increase exports. Today, Made in Italy is an international brand that brings together craftsmanship, innovation and tradition worldwide.

Since 1980, the Made in Italy brand has been used to highlight Italy’s international uniqueness in four traditional industries: fashionfoodfurniture, and mechanical engineering (automobiles, industrial design, machineries, and shipbuilding), also known in Italian as “Four A,” Abbigliamento (clothing), Agroalimentare (food), Arredamento (furniture), and Automobili (automobiles).

Italian products are frequently linked with high quality, high specialization and distinctiveness, elegance, and strong ties to well-known and experienced Italian industrial areas, which are frequently associated with the notion of luxury. Since 1999, groups like as the Istituto per la Tutela dei Produttori Italiani (Institute for the Protection of Italian Manufacturers) have begun to safeguard Made in Italy, which is controlled by the Gucci business to the Italian government.

Only items fully manufactured in Italy (planning, production, and packaging) are permitted to use the labels Made in Italy, 100 percent Made in Italy, 100 percent Italia, tutto italiano in any language, with or without the flag of Italy, according to Italian legislation 135 of 2009. The law in Italy punishes any act of misbehavior.

In comparison to “Made in Germany” (‘all necessary manufacturing processes’) and “Made in the USA” (‘all or practically all,’) Italian regulations are more stringent (‘completely’) in deciding what qualifies for the “Made in Italy” designation.

The Italian Ministry of Economic Development is considering a proposal which would make it compulsory for all products manufactured in Italy to carry the ‘Made in Italy’ tag.

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