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We specialise in product labels uk, no matter what you’re producing, we will make sure that your product labels look great and impress your customers giving you a budget-friendly price. You can choose from water and weatherproof polypropylene for a strong finish, or paper which is completely food-safe and more cost-effective. Either material will be printed on High Resolution printers and using the Modern Weather Shield Inks to provide a supermarket shelf-quality finish with pin-point detail and superior colours.

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Before Designing or ordering your Product Labels Make Sure you check the Latest Ruling on Product Labels such as:

All Product Labels  must be include:

The following information must appear by law on food labels and packaging:

Name of the food

  • The name of the food must be clearly stated on the packaging and not be misleading.
  • If the food has been processed in some way, the process must be included in the title, for example ‘dried fruit’ ‘smoked bacon’ or ‘salted peanuts’.

A processed food is any food which has been altered in some way during preparation.

List of ingredients

If your food or drink product has two or more ingredients (including water and additives), you must list them all. Ingredients must be listed in order of weight, with the main ingredient first according to the amounts that were used to make the food.

Allergen information

Food products that contain any of the 14 allergens as an ingredient must be listed. You must highlight allergens on the label using a different font, style or background colour.

This enables consumers to understand more about the ingredients and are helpful for people with food allergies and intolerances who need to avoid certain foods.

The indication of quantity of an ingredient or category of ingredients can:

  • be displayed as a percentage, which corresponds to the quantity of the ingredients at the time of its/their use; and
  • appear either in or immediately in the list of ingredients in connection with the ingredient or next to the name of the food or category of ingredients in question.

Net quantity

All packaged foods above 5g or 5ml (except herbs and spices) must show the net quantity on the label to comply with EU Regulation.

Foods that are packaged in liquid (or an ice glaze) must show the drained net weight.

Packaged food below 5ml or 5gare exempt from these requirements.

Storage conditions and date labelling

Food labels must be marked with either a ‘best before’ or ‘use by’ date so that it is clear how long foods can be kept and how it can be stored..

Name and address of manufacturer

The name and address of the manufacturer or seller, must be stated on the label. The address needs to be a physical address within the EU where your business can be contacted by mail.

Country of origin or place of provenance

The label must clearly show where the food has come from and the origin of the main ingredients must be given if this is different from where the final product is made in. Any misleading information be avoided such as  a London Mince  pie which was made in Italy.

You must show the country of origin for:

  • beef, veal, lamb, mutton, pork, goat and poultry
  • fish and shellfish
  • honey
  • olive oil
  • wine
  • fruit and vegetables imported from outside the EU

Preparation instructions

Instructions on how to prepare and cook the food, including for heating in a microwave oven, must be given on the label if they are needed. If the food must be heated, the temperature of the oven and the cooking time will usually be stated.

Nutritional declaration

The mandatory nutrition declaration must be clearly presented in a specific format and give values for six nutrients and energy. The values must be given in the units (including both kJ and kcal for energy) per 100g/ml, and the nutrition declaration must meet the minimum font size requirements.

Additional labelling requirements

There are additional labelling requirements for certain food and drink products.  You must tell the consumer if your products contain:

  • sweeteners or sugars
  • aspartame and colourings
  • liquorice
  • caffeine
  • polyols