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Everything You Need To Know About Hard Seltzer Label Requirements

Hard seltzers seemed like a fad at first, but it’s clear that this recently created beverage category is here to stay. It’s estimated that the worldwide market will reach $14.5 billion in sales by 2027, more than triple current yearly sales. 

It’s gained most of its popularity due to being perceived as a “healthier” alternative to traditional beers, containing fewer calories and carbs, with brands like White Claw seeing explosive growth over the past several years

But, while this may be a great business opportunity, it’s also confusing. With so many different options for producing and marketing these beverages, meeting regulatory labeling requirements and customer expectations at the same time can be difficult. Here’s what you need to know to correctly categorize your beverage, meet label requirements, and attract customers.  Read more

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Powerful Tips To Improve Your Custom Label Design & Make An Impact

When it comes to product packaging, good label design can be as important as the product itself. Afterall, your labels don’t just need to conform to regulatory guidelines; they also need to get the attention of customers and deliver the information needed to make an informed purchase decision. 

In the long run, these tips will help you design custom labels that improve visibility and make the product easier to use.  Read more

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The Importance of Labeling Solutions In A Warehouse

Efficient inventory management is everything when it comes to running warehouse operations. Depending on the size and location of your warehouse, you may be dealing with thousands of packages moving through on a daily basis, going into and out of multiple points. 

A warehouse labeling system can help you keep track of all these containers as they move through each point of your operation (this includes labeling for your containers as well as identification labels for your aisles, warehouse racks and bins). Organized systems not only help workers locate products, but they also create a trail of logs that allow for fast identification and the correction of errors in your supply chain. Read more

Jarritos labeled craft soda bottles in a straight line.

Labeling Solutions For Your Craft Soda Brand: Everything To Know

Once a niche product, craft sodas are exploding in popularity. Buyers are seeking them out because they’re tired of regular sodas and are looking for an alternative to alcoholic beverages. 

Today, these soft drinks can be found at food trucks, soda boutiques, grocery stores and convenience stores. So, as a craft soda maker, how can your craft soda labels help your product stand out in this exploding market?  Read more

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CBD Product Labeling Requirements: Important Considerations

While research into CBD (cannabidiol) is still in its infancy, the benefits of this cannabinoid appear to be promising. In the future, it could prove to be a reliable, safe treatment for epilepsy, inflammation, anxiety and more. Unfortunately, the relative newness of cannabis products also makes regulatory compliance a minefield. United States federal and state regulations sometimes lack clarity, and they don’t cover everything customers need to know about the products they’re buying. This guide will walk you through the steps you need to take to produce compliant, easy-to-understand CBD product labels for your CBD product packaging.

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Wine bottles with wrap labels.

Wrap Around vs. Shrink Sleeve: What’s Right For Your Bottles and Round Containers?

Advancements in printing technology have made shrink sleeve labeling feasible for smaller production runs. Proponents pitch it as a product labeling alternative to pre-printed containers, offering similar coverage at a lower cost. However, wrap around labels still dominate the market. Why? Because wrap labeling is more economical than shrink sleeve labeling—especially for small manufacturers—and they offer superior performance in certain use cases. 

Let dive deeper to see which labeling method is the best fit for your product line! Read more

Cosmetic Labeling: Your Straightforward Guide

Cosmetic Labeling: Your Straightforward Guide

If your boutique cosmetics line is ready to become a mass market product, it’s time to make sure you’re familiar with cosmetic labeling requirements.  Once you start producing more than a handful of lotions, soaps or other products, you need to comply with Food And Drug Administration (FDA) labeling regulations

FDA requirements are intended to mitigate confusion about products, helping consumers know more than just the cosmetic product name and avoid potential hazards and allergic reactions. Here’s what you need to know to ensure your cosmetics labeling meets FDA obligations.  Read more

The Importance of Product Labeling

The Importance of Product Labeling

The importance of product labeling cannot be overstated. When purchasing consumer products, evaluating the product label is typically the final step in the buyer’s decision-making process. A high-quality label can be the difference between getting the sale or not. It’s also your first point of communication after the sale, helping customers use your products correctly. 

But, how does the product labeling process work, and how can you make your labels more impactful?

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Direct Thermal vs. Thermal Transfer Labeling: Which Printing Method Is Right For Your Application?

If you’re weighing the benefits of direct thermal vs. thermal transfer printing, at first glance the winner may seem obvious. Direct thermal printers don’t use thermal transfer ribbons, so on the surface, it may appear to be the more economical option for label printing. However, there’s much more at play here than ribbon costs. Read more

Hand Sanitizer Labels: Requirements You Need To Know

Hand Sanitizer Labels: Requirements You Need To Know

Efforts to stop the spread of coronavirus have led to an explosion in consumer use of hand sanitizer products. As a result, businesses across the spectrum (from large pharmaceutical and cosmetic manufacturers to small distilleries) are turning to hand sanitizer production to supplement their revenue. 

However, there’s more to manufacturing sanitizer than simply bottling some sticky isopropyl alcohol-based liquid. Hand sanitizers have to follow strict guidelines—set by the Food and Drug Administration—including label designs. It’s critical to make sure you’re adhering to hand sanitizer labeling requirements. Read more