[pure-silver] Re: The Oriental Rumor

  • From: Ray Rogers <earthsoda@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: pure-silver@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 21 Jun 2005 20:46:55 -0700 (PDT)

Hi Edward,

How is Marienplatz these days? !! 

Your point about truth in labeling is important.

But we do have other more informative labels, for

Made in USA (Assembled in Mexico)
Packaged in the EU

The source of the paper base would not really affect
MY choice of labeling, if I were the papers
manufacturer... The sensitization of the paper, that
is the production of the photographic emulsion, and
where the coating was done, is what I would consider
the criteria that fixes country of origin.

(This is not a legal definition, just my perspective) 

So when I see 'Made in Japan', on a box of sensitized
paper, I expect the emulsion to have been made in
Japan, and probably coated there as well.

Certainly, we have to be careful of how we interpret
what we find on any shallow lable description, but if
it said 'Made in Japan' and it was in fact not MADE
but only PACKAGED in Japan that would be a deception
and well a lie. 

I don't think that is the case here.


--- "Edward C. Zimmermann" <edz@xxxxxxx> wrote:

> Quoting Richard Knoppow <dickburk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> > Oriental paper there when shopping a couple of
> weeks ago. It seems to me the
> > labels stated it was made in Japan. I don't think
> its rebranded paper.
> > Freestyle still has a fair variety of papers. 
> "Made in XYZ" does not mean that the product was
> made from start to finish at
> a factory in XYZ.
> This is a common gray area.
> Oriental can import a jumbo from the UK into Japan,
> have it cut and packaged
> into boxes with "Made in Japan"..... The box and the
> cut paper, afterall, would
> indeed have been made in Japan. 
> Loads of examples are possible.
> An English photographic paper could just as well use
> paper stocks from a
> mill in Germany. English? German? The coated paper
> (or film) could have
> traveled to a company in Germany where it went into
> boxes? Made in England?
> Made in Germany?
> Made in Japan?
> -- 
> -- 
> Edward C. Zimmermann, Basis Systeme netzwerk, Munich
> Office Leo (R&D):
>    Leopoldstrasse 53-55, D-80802 Munich,
>    Federal Republic of Germany
> http://www.nonmonotonic.net

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