Featured label: AquaNew Watt-Ahh, Water Bottle Label

Mar 05, 2014 06:00 AM

H-2OOO

It gives life, it soothes, it cleanses. What is it? Water. Or, in this case Watt-Ahh – an ultra pure water, hydro-fortified for energy. The water is polarized and contains a reservoir of electrons to promote health and energy. While these claims appear rather pedestrian on the surface, the testimonials of Watt-Ahh consumers are nothing short of astounding – each attributing their experiences to the effects of Watt-Ahh. There are accounts of failing internal organ function being restored, nursing animals back to health, and even one unfortunate soul who had seriously injured his hand with a chainsaw who applied Watt-Ahh directly to the wound to aid with healing.

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Topics: Digital Labels, Environmental Sustainability, Featured Label, Food & Beverage Labels, Technology

FDA Nutrition Label Changes - Why, What, and When?

Feb 27, 2014 06:00 AM

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has proposed the first significant changes to nutrition labels in over 20 years. We break down 5 key questions about the updated label, it's history, and what it all means.

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Topics: Digital Labels, Flexo Labels, Food & Beverage Labels

Don’t Let Soggy Labels Dampen Your Brand

Jan 09, 2014 07:07 PM

(Note: This is an excerpt from our free ebook about labeling bottles that endure cold & wet conditions.)

Your brand is everything and your brand image should be supported by your label packaging. For too long now, paper labels have only been expected to last a few hours under the harsh conditions of refrigeration or ice water submersion. In the world of beverage bottle packaging, a label that visually deteriorates when wet, but manages to barely cling to the bottle, has received a passing grade. In other words, despite a distorted and deteriorating presentation of your brand message, today’s paper beverage labels are graded solely on their ability to adhere to the bottle. 

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Topics: Beer Labels, Environmental Sustainability, Flexo Labels, Food & Beverage Labels, How To, Spirits, Technology, Wine

Content Overload? Booklet Labels Are The Solution

Nov 19, 2013 02:41 AM

ECL, Booklet Labels

Extended Content Booklet Labels 

Those words may not mean anything to you right now, but chances are you've seen an extend content booklet label (ECL) or multi-layered labels in the wild. If you have ever peeled an accordion folded piece of paper off a product to reveal more information, you have encountered an ECL. These multi-folded, leaflet type labels have been used for many years with great success to expand the printable space of a label. For products in small containers or products that require a lot of regulatory or legal information, instructions, disclaimers, or multiple language translations, ECLs can be a lifesaver.

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Topics: Flexo Labels, Food & Beverage Labels, Graphic Design, Health & Beauty Labels, How To, Marketing, Miscellaneous Labels, Nutraceutical Labels, Pet Care & Pet Food Labels, Vitamin Labels

How to Avoid Problems When Applying Labels In Fall & Winter

Oct 23, 2013 04:00 AM

Labeling Damp And/Or Cold Bottles

We occasionally hear from brand managers who have had issues with their labels not adhering fully to their bottles, especially in the late fall and winter months. Most commonly, the issues have been environmental or climate related. Cold weather label application is completely acceptable and need not be avoided. However, there are some important considerations when undertaking fall and winter labeling. 

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Topics: Beer Labels, Digital Labels, Flexo Labels, Food & Beverage Labels, Ice Breaker, Spirits, Wine

Featured Label: Los Poblanos Lavender Products

Jun 19, 2013 02:28 AM

 

From Guest Amenities to Global Product Line
Los Poblanos lavender products started as a memorable guest amenity for the historic inn. Their products are now available at select retailers throughout the United States and in Japan. Customers are drawn to the products and their rustic apothecary packaging. They are further interested in the artisan nature of the products and the story of Los Poblanos.

Photo Credit: Sergio Salvador

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Topics: Featured Label, Flexo Labels, Food & Beverage Labels, Health & Beauty Labels, Miscellaneous Labels

Featured Label: 7th Ave. Roastery, Coffee Bag Labels

May 14, 2013 12:22 AM

It’s Heh-LEE-nuh Not Hel-LAY-nuh

Helena, Oklahoma (pronounced locally as ”Heh-LEE’-nuh”) is a small town situated in the southeastern corner of Alfalfa County, boasting a population well below 2,000 residents. The first settlers arrived there in 1893, and the town received a postal designation a year later. 10 years after that, the railroad reached the fledgling town, with the line still operating today as the Burlington-Northern Santa Fe Railway. With less than one-half square mile of land, If you’re driving down State Highway 58 and blink, you might just miss it.

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Topics: Digital Labels, Featured Label, Food & Beverage Labels

Consider Color – Common Perceptions of Color

Apr 18, 2013 12:05 AM
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Topics: Beer Labels, Digital Labels, Flexo Labels, Food & Beverage Labels, Health & Beauty Labels, Miscellaneous Labels, Nutraceutical Labels, Pet Care & Pet Food Labels, Spirits, Wine

Featured Label: Piranha Bros. Cocktail Event Consultants, Citrus Cordial Labels

Feb 04, 2013 10:42 PM


Minimalist label designs get the job done

Choosing Happiness

Like many successful businesses before, Piranha Bros. was born out of a desire for something the company owner couldn’t find in the marketplace at the time. In this case, a good quality Lime Cordial for making great gin gimlets (that’s gin & juice for the uninitiated).

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Topics: Digital Labels, Featured Label, Food & Beverage Labels, Miscellaneous Labels, Spirits

Featured Label: Sun Valley Mustard, Food & Jar Labels

Jan 06, 2013 10:29 PM


Spicey-Sweet, the flagship flavor of Sun Valley Mustard


Modest Beginnings

Sun Valley, Idaho is a small resort city with fewer than 2,000 permanent residents, but there’s definitely something very special about the region. Bald Mountain, for instance, is considered one of the better ski mountains in the world. Ernest Hemingway was a part-time resident for more than twenty years. Marilyn Monroe was a frequent visitor. Celebrities have often used Sun Valley as a seasonal home or yearly getaway, including Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tom Hanks, Oprah Winfrey, Bruce Willis, Clint Eastwood, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and many others.

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Topics: Digital Labels, Environmental Sustainability, Featured Label, Food & Beverage Labels

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