How to Create the Best Food Labels

POSTED 03/19/2015
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Global Industry Analysts have pegged the 2015 worldwide market for condiments, sauces and dressings at $72 billion. Although this massive market presents a lot of opportunity, it also comes with significant competition. Since consumers make decisions in a matter of seconds, salad dressings and sauces must have the best possible food labels.

If your company is happy with the food products you produce but unhappy with the labels that are currently on your bottles, Epsen Hillmer Graphics can help. With a history in Omaha that can be traced back all the way to 1908, we know exactly what’s needed to create the right types of labels for condiments, sauces and dressings.

Based on all of our experience and knowledge in this specific industry, cut and stack labels are our solution of choice for companies that need great food labels. If you want your products to get the attention they deserve in Omaha and anywhere else where they’re sold, keep reading to find out how our cut & stack labels can help.

What Makes Cut & Stack Food Labels So Appealing?

This type of label can be printed on either a roll-fed printing press or large sheet. Once printed, there are two options for cutting. The most common of the two options is to cut each label into its individual shape. With this approach, the labels can be stacked after cutting. The other option for cutting these labels is to die cut full sheets into their desired shapes.

After cut & stack labels have been cut, the are ready to be applied to any type of food product bottle. Application is usually done by overlapping the label around the bottle and then gluing it to itself. While some companies take care of the application process in-house, it’s also something that can handled by a co-packer or independent bottler.

In terms of what makes these an ideal option for food labels, a big benefit is that they work very well for high-volume applications. In fact, larger quantities make the already appealing cost-effectiveness of these labels even better.

While cut & stack food labels are very cost-effective, that doesn’t mean their quality is cheap. On the contrary, the durability of these labels is very good. They can handle temperature fluctuations and moisture without any problems. To top things off, the availability of numerous materials, shapes, sizes and colors means you can get exactly the type of food labels that you truly want for your products.

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As you can see from all of the information we covered above, cut & stack labels offer a lot of flexibility in terms of how they can be used for food products. Thanks to our experience, Epsen Hillmer Graphics can help you make the most of these labels for your condiments, sauces, dressings or other bottled food products.

To speak in more detail about creating the ideal labels for your specific products, please call us at (402) 342-7000.