Best recommended with the Impresso Bottle Labeler
While packaging your product in a jar might seem simple. But there are countless factors and choices between the beginning of manufacturing and the final product that your customer picks off the shelf. One of the most impactful elements on your jarred product is its label. Whether you use glass or plastic jars, cut-to-size, or rolls of labels – all that matters is the impression you make on the customer.
That’s why it is so important to have a reliable jar labeling machine for your production process. If you’re looking for a labeler that adapts to your needs, exceeds sanitation standards, and applies labels accurately every time, then you’ve come to the right place.
Impresso Bottle Labeler Use:
You have plenty of options when it comes to labeling your commercial jars, especially for food products. the two main types of jar labels are cut-t0-size, which come in one continuous sheet and can be cut to any width you need. Most manufacturers opt for a roll of labels that are pre-cut. This saves on time and creates a more unified look. Within those two options, there are countless varieties of labels. You might use die-cut labels for simple projects or metallic labels to stand out on the shelf. Labels can be waterproof or vinyl for added quality. No matter what type of label you are applying to your jars, make sure to use a labeler machine that is adaptable, quick, and accurate.
Food Label Requirements
If you are packaging food in your jars, then it’s important that their labels contain all required information. There are 5 main elements in a food packaging label.
- Statement of identity
- Net weight
- Handling statement
- Manufacturers address
- Ingredients list
- Nutrition facts
For further information about your production needs, give us a call at 651-407-3100.