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Food Labels

  • Print for food, drink & medicine
  • Cut-to-size and roll formats
  • Square, rectangle, circle & oval
  • Waterproof vinyl & BOPP options
  • Fast 1 business day printing
Food Labels

Custom Labels for a Variety of Products

Professional Food Labels Printing for Your Business

Customize every detail of your food labels to match your branding, container or package size, and length of information. Choose from several sizes for four standard shapes or create a clear label in your preferred dimensions. Durable materials such as vinyl for items exposed outdoors or BOPP for refrigerated items are available for your wide range of food products. You can also customize medicine or nutrition labels.

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Two formats suited for manual or automatic application. Labels come in individual cut-to-size or roll formats. Small business owners pressed for time but need to label several orders by hand can print a set of cut-to-size labels. Rolls are recommended for those using a label dispenser for hundreds to thousands of items.

Variety of sizes for the four standard shapes. Need a label in the shape of your company name or logo? Choose from the four standard shapes—square, rectangle, circle, or oval—or select a custom size under the roll type. Twenty sizes available for square and rectangle cut-to-size, while there are more size options under the two shapes respectively for the roll. The largest width for roll labels is at 6” and the longest height at 12”.

Protective coatings also enhance the overall design. Depending on your selected material, you can add matte, gloss, or high gloss coating to your label. Matte has the least glare and a muted effect that works on light and neutral colors. Gloss provides a vibrant shine that brightens bold colors, while high gloss is the most reflective and distinguishes every detail from afar.

How to Create the Correct Label for Your Product

Food items aren’t limited to snacks baked goods or spreads. Your small business probably also sells beverages, nutritional supplements, or other consumables that need to be sealed and labeled. Refer to the checklist below to ensure all the required components are included in your labels.

  • The name of your food product is the first thing consumers should see on the label.
  • Net weight or quantity is the exact weight of the item.
  • Manufacturer, distributor’s or packer’s name and address that can either be you or your supplier’s information.
  • Nutrition facts that show the serving size, total calories, cholesterol, fats, sodium, total carbohydrates, protein, plus the vitamins and other nutrients of your product.
  • The ingredients list is arranged in the descending order of the items’ predominance. This means the ingredient with the largest weight comes first and the rest follows in the said order.
  • Food allergen label includes any components or protein derivatives of the following groups: milk, egg, fish, tree nuts, wheat, peanuts, soybeans, and crustacean shellfish.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What are the four main facts that food labels should tell consumers?

A: Food labels should tell you the following:

  1. Serving size or the number of servings inside the package.
  2. Calories or the measure of energy you get from eating the total number of servings.
  3. Nutrients or the label that shows the components listed previously.
  4. % Daily Value (DV) is the percentage of the listed nutrients in a single service. It is listed in terms of the daily recommended amount.

Q: Are there food products exempt from labeling laws?

A: Items such as raw vegetables, fruits, and fish do not require food labels and their required components. Foods such as tea and coffee with insignificant or equal to zero of the required nutrients also don’t need labels.

Q: Do all food items require nutrition facts?

A: Yes, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires the nutrition facts label on all food and beverage packages. Note that in 2016, the FDA announced several changes to this portion. Below is a list of what should be included in your nutrition facts based on the changes:

  1. Including the “added sugars” as a category below “total sugars”
  2. Larger print for calories and servings per container
  3. Listing serving sizes to match the quantity people eat rather than how much they should eat
  4. Add vitamin D and potassium to the required list of nutrients.
  5. Vitamins A and C are no longer part of the required listed nutrients. Can be included voluntarily.
  6. Calories and nutrients for a single serving and a whole package consumed in one sitting.

Q: How fast can you print my food labels?

A: Cut-to-size labels can be printed in 1 business day. The roll type can be printed in 48 hours or 2 business days. Note that the printing turnaround refers to how long it takes to produce your labels. It does not include the transit time during shipping.