Custom Food Labels Details
If you produce food items for sale, chances are you know the importance of a quality label! Labels on your products should be eye-catching, made with high-quality graphics and designs. In addition, nutrition facts and ingredients should be easily read on your food sticker. Our team at Nonstop Signs knows this, and we’re committed to producing the best quality labels for your products that money can buy.
We’ll provide proof of the design in any custom shape or size you prefer. In addition, there is no minimum or maximum order. Reach out to our dedicated team to find out what your options are and see your vision come to life. Our team is easy to contact! Try any of the following methods:
- Call us at 1-800-205-9005
- Email us
- Use the live chat option
Custom Food Labels Specs
We can print food labels in any size, shape, length and width you prefer. From simple, modern and elegant labels to eye-catching graphic prints, we can do it all! We can even make custom shrink sleeves for your product.
We can create food packaging labels from many materials. Your choice will depend on where your item will be stored, exposure to chemicals or moisture, and your brand story. For example, kraft paper labels are popular with companies that produce organic or gluten-free items, as it evokes a natural, earthy, and healthy feel. We can also use durable vinyl stickers and adhesives to deliver a vivid, high-color label.
No Minimum Order
Our team is flexible when it comes to a minimum and maximum order. In fact, we work with a lot of new business owners and small boutiques who tend to have a lower first run of food labels. We also work with large companies that are performing a test run of a new product. So what does that mean for you? Simply, whether you order 500 food stickers from us or 50,000, we can easily accommodate your order.
Things to Keep in Mind
An important step in making sure you get the appropriate food labels for your product is planning for where they will spend the most time. For example, are you needing a label sticker for a dry product that will go in the cabinet? Or perhaps you are producing a product that must be refrigerated. Whether your food item is a pantry item or a freezer bag, it’s important to differentiate and let our sales team know. For any label that’s spending time in the refrigerator or freezer where it will be exposed to moisture, we’ll use specific inks to prevent fading, smudging or tearing.
Custom Food Labels FAQ
What is a food label?
A food label is a required element of most edible products that are being sold to consumers. The labels contain nutrition facts, such as serving size, calories, fat, nutrients and ingredients.
Why are nutrition fact labels important?
Nutrition labels are important for a number of reasons. These labels tell consumers what is in their food. This can range from fairly standard reasons, like knowing the amount of fat, carbs, and proteins in an item for health reasons. However, it can also help avert serious medical risks, as nutrition fact labels are required to disclose a full list of ingredients as well as exposure to popular allergens, like peanuts and eggs.
What information is required on food labels?
We’ve put together a list of things that you need to put on your labels. Get started creating your nutrition sticker with this non-comprehensive list.
- Statement of Identity (name of the food) on the area of the package that is most visible to the consumer
- Net weight
- Name and address of manufacturer, packer or distributor
- Ingredient list
- Nutrition labeling
- Required allergy labeling
- If the product is an “imitation” of other traditional food
The FDA publishes a comprehensive guide on how to create food labels, including the size of type and order of listing.
Who regulates nutrition labels?
The FDA oversees claims made on food labels as well as nutrition facts in an effort to ensure that consumers aren’t misled by advertising. The FDA is tasked with upholding the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FD&C.) Basically, the FDA oversees claims on labels from food, drugs and even cosmetics!
This is why it’s incredibly important to check the guidelines of the FDA and make sure you’re not presenting any false claims in an effort to get more sales. This can result in fines, jail time and a series of lawsuits!