2 Printing Tips for Food Product Cut & Stack Labels

POSTED 10/22/2015
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When printed properly, cut & stack labels can provide a great way to label food products that’s both effective and affordable. As with any type of label printing, there are best practices that can help ensure the best possible results when the labels are printed. With cut & stack labels specifically, there are two tips we want to cover. By taking advantage of these tips, you can be fully confident in the quality of your cut & stack labels.

Properly Using Color Design for Cut & Stack Labels

The first tip we want to go over is the right way to use color design. At first, the term color design may sound like it simply refers to putting together colors that are aesthetically pleasing. While that is definitely part of what this process involves, color design goes a step further by taking into account the effects and emotions that different colors can create.

As you may have noticed from your own personal experience, colors can be very powerful. They have the ability to directly impact the way we feel. In many cases, those feelings occur on a subconscious level. That’s why it’s so important to understand the specific feelings that different colors or combinations can trigger.

By having that understanding, you’ll be able to choose the right colors for how you want people to respond to your product. Not only will you be able to create the right type of response, but color design also means that you’ll be able to avoid colors that could trigger undesirable feelings. Although color design is a subject that covers a lot of information, Epsen Hillmer Graphics can help you make sense of it all.

Taking Advantage of Combination Runs

As previously mentioned, one of the traits that makes cut & stack labels so desirable is the fact that they can provide a high level of effectiveness for a very affordable cost. If you’re interested in maximizing your savings with this type of printing, you should strongly consider combination runs.

The phrase combination runs refers to printing multiple custom label jobs in the same production run. With this approach, Omaha businesses can enjoy substantial savings on their printing costs. While we’ll be happy to discuss this topic with you in detail, the main thing to keep in mind is that combination runs are most likely to work when labels are being printed with popular print specifications.

Make Your Cut & Stack Label Printing a Success

Getting the best cut & stack labels requires working with the right partner. The good news for your business is that we are experts in doing this type of printing for food products. So if you want to know from the very beginning of this process that your labels are in good hands, Epsen Hillmer Graphics the family-owned Omaha company you want to work with.

Call us today at (402) 342-7000 so we can start talking about the details of the cut & stack labels that will be printed for your food products.