Frequently asked questions

This page lists a selection of frequently asked questions and answers that should help you in your search. If you would like to contact us please use the Contact Us page or telephone 1800 888 449 in Australia or 0800 900 028 in New Zealand.

Our brands

Check out the Brand section of this website and use the Contact Us.

To ensure that the products you use are free from contamination, follow these tips:

  • Keep containers tightly closed when not in use and away from direct sunlight and heat.
  • Discard products that have changed colour or started to smell unpleasant.
  • Do not purchase products where the tamper proof seal is broken.

Please contact our careline via the 'Contact us' section of this site.

Please contact our careline via the 'Contact us' section of this site.

Please contact our Careline via the 'Contact us' section of this site.

As a business you may require a MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) or a MSHS (Material Safety Handling sheet). To secure either a MSDS or MSHS you can do one of two things. Ring us on 1800 888 449 in Australia or 0800 900 028 in New Zealand and discuss your MSDS needs with a consultant or complete the 'Contact Us' form on this web site. 

In either case please ensure you specify the exact product e.g. Jif Cream Lemon not just Jif. The most streamlined way to receive your MSDS or MSHS is via email so, if possible, please leave an email address. We can only supply MSDS/MSHS for products marketed by Unilever Australasia. If you are interested in Unilever products in other countries please link to that country's site via

The poisons Information Centre can be contacted in Australia by phoning 131126. In New Zealand phone 0800 764766.

Our company

Unilever Australasia can be contacted by Australian residents on 1800 888 449 or by New Zealand residents on 0800 900 028.

Please send your proposal to the Consumer Engagement Department  Unilever Australasia 219 North Rocks Road, North Rocks, NSW, 2151

Unilever has a wonderful history spanning many years. Unilever was formed when the Dutch margarine company, Margarine Unie, merged with British soap maker Lever Brothers.

Both companies were competing for the same raw materials, both were involved in the large-scale marketing of household products and both used similar distribution channels. Between them they had operations in over 40 countries. Margarine Unie grew through mergers with other margarine companies in the 1920s. Lever Brothers was founded in 1885 by William Hesketh Lever. Lever established soap factories around the world. In 1917, he began to diversify into foods, acquiring fish, ice cream and canned foods businesses.

You can find out more about this fascinating story in the About Us section.

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Please use the Contact Us section.

Information about career opportunities offered by Unilever can be found in the 'Careers' section of this website.

Information on this topic can be found in the Sustainable Living section.

The Unilever Sustainable Living Plan is our blueprint for achieving our vision to grow our business, whilst decoupling our environmental footprint from our growth and increasing our positive social impact. The Plan sets stretching targets, including how we source raw materials and how consumers use our brands. 

The scale of our ambition means that we are finding new ways to partner with others in business, government and society. Faced with the challenge of climate change and the need for human development, we want to move towards a world where everyone can live well and within the natural limits of the planet. That’s why our purpose is ‘to make sustainable living commonplace’.  Please visit the Sustainable Living Section for all the details.

Please see the Partnerships area of the Sustainable Living section for details on how we are working in partnership to improve the lives of millions.

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