Professional Food Label Printing
We print custom food labels every day and for over 30 years our printing expertise and quality standards have been helping customers just like you stand out in a crowded marketplace. Whether you need labels, stickers, flexible packets, or shrink sleeves, we can print what you need in accordance with FDA guidelines. Get started on your labels today by getting an instant online quote.
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FDA Nutrition facts label
Please review the FDA’s guidelines for food labeling before you create a design to better ensure your custom food labels are in compliance.
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Beautiful, Durable Labels
Since food labels can be for fruits, vegetables, sauces, snacks, condiments, seasonings, and much more, they must be versatile enough to withstand certain environmental conditions such as moisture, sunlight, and chemicals. We understand which methods are best for making food product labels that can stand up to environmental factors without fading, bleeding, or smudging. Download our white paper to see how to attract more customers by upgrading your custom labels!
Make Your Food Labels Stand Out
Competition between brands big and small has increased demand for visually appealing packaging to attract customers. Shrink sleeve labels cover bottles and containers with head-turning graphics that wrap around curves and contours for 360-degree coverage. Not only do they look great but they can also have a perforated tamper-evident seal incorporated into the sleeve for product security.
As natural, organic, and “free from” options become more popular among consumers, labels can help emphasize the positive qualities of your product and brand. Clear labels are great for making colorful or textured product contents stand out whereas unbleached brown kraft paper has a rustic, natural look.
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Testing Food Products
Please note that the FDA doesn’t actually test the nutrition of food products and submitting your nutritional facts is voluntary.
To obtain accurate nutritional information for your food product, however, it’s best to go through a chemical analysis company. Contact the Association of Official Analytical Chemists (AOAC), a non-profit scientific association, to learn more about comprehensive chemical analysis methods.
Although the FDA doesn’t test your nutritional information, the food must be labeled with accurate and appropriate nutritional facts and must appear in the FDA regulated panel format.