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Shelf Appeal Matters
Competition in the food industry increases each year, amplifying the importance of label quality and design in overall shelf appeal. We print custom food labels every day and for over 30 years our labeling expertise and quality standards have been helping customers just like you stand out in a crowded marketplace. Whether you need labels, stickers, flexible packets, or shrink sleeves, we can produce food labels that meet the FDA’s nutrition facts regulations, as well as guidelines for acceptable inks, materials, finishes, and adhesives.
Nutrition Facts & FDA Standards
Please review the FDA’s guidelines for food labeling before you create a design to better ensure your custom food labels are in compliance.
Tough & Durable Labels
Since food labels can be for fruits, vegetables, sauces, snacks, condiments, seasonings and much more, they must be durable and versatile enough to withstand certain environmental conditions such as moisture, sunlight and chemicals. We understand which methods are best for making food product labels that can stand up to environmental factors without fading, bleeding or smudging.
Make Your Food Labels Stand Out
Competition between store and national brands has created a demand for high-impact packaging. We’ve added shrink sleeve label capabilities to give your products form-fitted 360 degree graphics. Shrink sleeves can also incorporate tamper-evidence protection if security is a concern for you.
Packaging and storage temperature can make a difference in material selection. As whole-food and natural options become more popular among consumers, our clear labels can emphasize the natural aspects of your food product as it can be seen through the label.
It’s important to market your product’s benefits while keeping in mind current trends (e.g. fat-free or low-sodium). Your personal customer service rep is experienced and up-to-date on food labeling trends so they’re able to make suggestions and help you when you need it.