Our food label press capabilities allow you to customize your food packaging to display your products while having space to follow FDA labeling guidelines. Our printing options support your branding with an array of options including labels and shrink sleeves. You won’t have to compromise looks for durability with our label printing selections. We have the solution that best fits your needs and the needs of your food packaging.
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Label Solutions To Meet Your Needs
From your everyday staples to specialty foods like hot sauces and kimchi, Cor Label has a label printing solution for you. There are countless types of food and we know that your labels need to compliment the food while keeping in mind the regulations for food and beverage products. We can create labels for food products such as:
- Sauces and spreads
- Beverages and specialty drinks
- Dips and syrups
- Seasonings and rubs
The storage environment of your food products may vary greatly depending on the product, shelf life, and other product specifications. Therefore, it is important to print labels that can withstand many climates, even those that could change like going from a room temperature shelf to the refrigerator. Labels that won’t crack or peel is an important consideration. We will help you determine which adhesive is best for your application to keep them in place through both stable and variable conditions. We also allow you to take the guess work out of sizing as we work for any container size or shape. UV coating and laminate can be added to your labels as an additional guard. This protective layer helps keep your labels safe from the elements.
Food products come in every shape and size imaginable and they have different materials used for the packaging. Cor Label offers great options, no matter the container dimensions. One great label printing solution for uncommonly shaped bottles or other containers is a shrink sleeve label or “shrink sleeve” for short. Shrink sleeves wrap completely around the food product vessel for maximum, custom coverage. Shrink sleeves are a good option if you need to utilize the space of your container for branding and product details such as the nutritional information ingredients, and bar code. This flexible package adheres to the label by using heat. Shrink sleeves are also waterproof, making them good for any temperature setting. In addition to shrink sleeves, Cor Label offers die cut labels. When you can’t compromise your labels just because of the food package shape, die cut is an ideal option. We can accommodate most label shapes, even unconventional ones.
We offer quality printing solutions that work best for your food containers. We use the state-of-the-art printing technology of the HP Indigo digital press to ensure you get quality labels, every time. The HP Indigo uses ElectroInk to get the colors you need to brand your products. The HP Indigo digital printing press makes printing quick, simple and customizable. Speak with one of our experts to get started.
Have a design idea, but need help bringing it to life? We may be able to help! We can also provide graphic design referrals, if needed.
When you think about the different condiments in your home or on the shelves at your local grocery story, the product label may not be the first thing to come to mind. However, the label is one of the most important features of your favorite condiments, and not every label is created equal. Here are a few things questions to ask yourself when choosing the best labels for your condiments.
Is my condiment a liquid or might it possibly drip?
Although the natural look of paper labels may be appealing, simple paper may not be the best choice for condiments that might develop condensation or contain liquid because paper labels could potentially tear or rip and ruin the label.
What environment will the product be in?
Summer barbeques are full of fun for everyone and the last thing anyone wants is to grab the ketchup and have the see a dingy label that looks like it has been on the bottle for years. That is not quite what you want to add to your hot dog.
How big is your packaging?
The branding of your condiment is the first impression potential consumers will have of your product. Labels are the key to showcasing your brand and displaying important details about the product, including nutritional information. If your product is a peanut butter, making sure to make that extremely clear is crucial and so is having the space to fit relevant details. Nutritional information is also key to your product, so making sure those details are on display is not only a nice-to-have but also regulated by the FDA.
There are a variety of labels options and Cor Label is here to help you get the absolute best labels for your condiments from jellies and jams to mayonnaise and mustard.
Using just any label for your fruit and produce products will not work. These items need specific labeling considerations. For other products in the store, the label goes on the outside of the packaging, which adds a barrier between the food or beverage being consumed. You will not find these same protections with fruits and produce. Generally, you remove the label and eat the food, after washing first, of course. If you’re wondering what are some important considerations for your fruit and produce labels, check out a few below.
The Fruit and Veggie Code
Voluntary labels can be placed on fruits and vegetables to let consumers know how they were grown. These labels are broken into 3 categories: genetically modified, organic, or conventional.
- A label with a five-digit code starting with the number 9 means that the fruit or vegetable was grown organically and is certified organic.
- A label with a five-digit code starting with the number 8 means that the fruit or vegetable was genetically modified.
- A label with a four-digit code means the fruit or vegetable was grown conventionally.
If the label has a code more than 5 digits, it is not consistent with the internationally standardized system so there is no compelling identifier for how these products were grown.
What information should your fruit and vegetable labels contain?
The FDA requires that all labels or stickers be made from specific materials since these labels go directly on the product to be consumed. The labels must also meet other regulatory standards not found in other products such as reinforced branding. Because these labels are placed directly on the produce, making sure the labels have durable adhesion is especially important. There might be many hands handling the fruits or vegetables so labels could easily fall right off.
If you do have any questions about the best materials for your fruits and produce, Cor Label is ready to assist!
Answer 5 – 7 business days from the time of art approval.
We provide quotes in 24 hours or less. Often we can give you a quote over the phone.
We can then list the materials we sent in a separate email, with a link embedded to that part of the site.
Aside from the list above, we offer 100s of label materials, this allows us to print labels for you for almost any application.
Art Approval is usually sent to you within 24-48 hours in a digital format. Approving your artwork is a very simple and easy process. If you do not approve, we will keep working on it until you do.
For best printing quality, please provide us with Vector Art Files in an AI Format or a PDF Format.
No we do not, as a fully digital and custom label company, we do not charge set up fees or plate fees to our customers.