September 2016

30
Sep

Industrial Label Solutions: Information That Helps Protect Users

Industrial products are designed to perform industrial grade tasks. Consequently, they often deliver more efficacy than products that are designed for commercial or residential grade applications. However, along with the products’ increased power often comes elements of danger that the products’ end users should be aware of upfront. One way to help ensure that industrial product users use the products

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23
Sep

Craft Brew Labels: Is Your Design Getting the Right Amount of Attention?

A craft brewer is defined by the Brewers Association as an individual or company who produces approximately six barrels or less of a product. They must also be independent. This means a larger, national non-craft producer owns less than 25% of the business. A craft brew is considered to be unique and special because the producers modify traditional methods to

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16
Sep

Holiday Labels for Foods: Short Run Labels Make Perfect Sense

Major holidays are often celebrated with festive foods. Eggnog, fruitcake, pumpkin pie, and solid chocolate rabbits immediately come to mind. As delicious as holiday foods may be, some of them aren’t found on store shelves year round. Stores commonly start selling seasonal products between 1-2 months before the holiday actually rolls around, and then quickly sell leftover products at a

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9
Sep

Contract Packaging Labels: Are Your Products Sending the Right Message?

Contract packaging is often used by a company to eliminate the additional costs of managing a facility for this part of product sales and marketing. It allows materials inventory, processing costs, and other aspects to be handled by someone who specializes in either the entire packaging of certain goods such as consumer electronics or to handle a specific component of

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2
Sep

Beer Label Solutions: What Information Should Craft Beer Labels Contain?

When consumers scan a beer label before they make a purchase, there are certain types of information they expect to see. Some of the information is considered essential from a regulatory standpoint, while other information is considered “important” to prospective buyers based on what it reveals about the finer aspects of the beverage. Below, we look at several types of

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