Wording around availability 1 year post-launch?
Given that "Now available" can only be used in the first year of a products' availability, it is acceptable to say "Available in Canada" after the first year, or would this be considering implying that the product is new?
Jennifer Carroll last edited by
A message of “Available in Canada” is not restricted to the one-year post marketing restrictions as it does not suggest that the product is “new”. It simply states that the product is available.