Jar Labels

Jars with custom labels

Custom Jar Labels for Food and More

We print all sorts of custom labels for jars because many of our customers use them to package their product. Jar labels are often applied to food products so its important to consider the environment where your labels will be primarily used. Our combination of materials and printing techniques will help you achieve the perfect look.

Need help with your design? Check out our tips for how to customize jar labels!

I couldn’t have been happier with the labels, and everyone including the honey harvester filling the jars commented on how great the labels were…I am grateful for your help and appreciate such great customer service. – Amy R., Hope Stone, Inc.

Label Material Ideas to Help You Get Started

There are a variety of materials you can choose from to suit your design, budget, product contents and label application method. Below are some suggestions for label materials you can consider:

  • Glossy white paper: A cost-effective material that can work with a variety of products and containers. This material is an ideal option for anyone looking for quality labels without breaking their budget.
  • Clear film labels: Often used to achieve a “no label look,” clear labels look great on candles, lotions, sauces, jams, and honey. Clear labels are also moisture resistant – perfect for products that face wet conditions like kitchens and bathrooms.
  • Foil labels: Has an eye-catching sheen that can increase your jar’s visual impact. When paired with a unique shape and creative design, they can create a premium  look.
  • Shrink sleeves: With their 360-degree graphics coverage, shrink sleeve labels are definitely a head-turner! Not only do these unique labels offer more space for artwork and information, they can have tamper resistance incorporated into them for product security.

Jar labels can be customized in a number of ways – your dedicated customer service rep can help you select the right cutting die and materials so your labels complement the product’s packaging.

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