Pharmaceutical Labels

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FDA Guidelines for Pharmaceutical Labels

According to the Federal Drug Administration, all labels printed for the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry must be designed and applied so that the label remains in place and can easily be read, regardless of conditions during distribution, storage and use.

We’ve become an industry leader in pharmaceutical labels because of our strict quality checks throughout the entire ordering and label printing process. With our large inventory of high quality materials, we’ll make sure your custom labels are legible and last through the product’s lifespan. Check out our pharmaceutical labeling guide for more info!

Call 1-800-475-2235 or email sales@consolidatedlabel.com to get started on your custom pharmaceutical labels.

We are extremely happy with the quality. The chemical and temperature resistance, the adhesive qualities, etc. are perfect. – Michael C., Absolute Pharmacy

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Popular Label Types for Pharmaceuticals

Multi-layer labels are a popular choice for pharmaceutical labels because it can include multiple languages, dosage, instructions, warnings and more without adding much bulk to the product’s packaging. To help ensure that your labels last through the product’s lifespan, we also offer various types of finishes, as well as FDA approved adhesives.

Labeling Responsibilities to Know

Custom labels printed for the pharmaceutical industry can range from over-the-counter medicine labels to prescription medicine labels. It’s our responsibility to make sure the print on your label is legible, and will remain that way throughout your product’s lifespan. As the manufacturer, you must thoroughly inspect your label samples before the labels are run. We keep documentation of proofreading and acceptance on record. After your labels have been run, they must be examined to ensure the labels comply with your original specifications. This examination must include any control numbers and expiration dates used on the labels. Again, we’ll keep documentation of the issuance check.