When selling food products such as bakery items, it's important that your labels adhere to the strict criteria set for food labels. So make sure you choose a trustworthy and reputable business to provide your bakery labels needs.
By choosing PeterLynn as your supplier of bakery labels, your business will be able to benefit from our experience of operating within the industry for over a quarter of a century. We are a leading UK provider of custom printed labels and provide printed labels services to various different businesses from a diverse range of industries.
We can provide label printing services with numerous different materials; our vast range includes a selection of kraft papers which can provide a really up-market look for your product range. Additionally our digitally printed baked goods labels produced on our Xeikon press use food safe colours. They can also be printed using freezer and fridge resistant materials if your baked goods require freezing/refrigerating and we can also provide labels which are suitable for thermal over printing, a technique often used to print information regarding the product's shelf life, such as 'sell by dates' or 'best before dates'
Getting a frees ample is quick and simple, just get in touch with a member of our team. We'll also send a free press proof on your first order, which allows you to test the material and approve the print.
At PeterLynn we work hard to provide labels with swift delivery, with our standard turnaround being 3-5 days from artwork approval. However, we will always endeavour to meet your timescale, so please don't be afraid to ask.
We take our environmental responsibilities very seriously, in 2016 we achieved an accreditation for recycling all our label waste material using the Prismm Environmental waste management scheme. We also have also achieved ISO9001 and ISO14001 approval, which further demonstrates our commitment to the environment.
There are many legal requirements that you must adhere to when creating labels for your food products. For example, food labelling must be easily visible, permanent,clear and easy to read, and not misleading. All information which is mandatory must be printed with a minimal x-height of 1.2 millimetres in order to be considered easily visible and easy to read. This means that if “the largest surface area of packaging is less than 80 cm squared, you can use a minimumx-height of 0.9 mm." [source gov.uk] Additionally, you also need to show basic information, list the ingredients and show certain warnings depending on the products/ingredients in your food. For example, if any of the ingredients have been irradiated, have come from genetically modified sources,or if any of the ingredients are allergens.
Also, it is important to make sure that your baked goods are packaged in packaging that is suitable for food. You need written evidence known as 'declaration of compliance' which means you have kept to the strict special rules for using plastics,ceramics or cellophane for food packaging.
Will Brexit Affect Food Labelling Legislation?
If the United Kingdom leaves the EU without a deal, some new rules will come into effect on exit day; which means you may need to change/update your food labels. For example, in the event of no deal, you must not use the EU emblem on goods produced in the UK unless you have been authorised by the EU to do so.
However, if you're concerned about your labelling and keeping up with changes to legislation, thanks to our decades of industry experience we can use our knowledge to provide assistance and guidance with your custom printed label requirements.
In addition to providing professionally printed bakery and baked goods labels on flexo (ink) printed, we can also provide full colour digital bakery labels using our Xeikon press which uses food safe coloured toners. Both printing methods have their own advantages and disadvantages so if you don't have a preference, our team can provide advice with regards to design, material, and printing method. If you chose digitally printed bakery labels using our Xeikon press, you can avoid all plate costs and we can supply free ofcharge press proofs for checking colour and appearance. With digitally printed bakery labels you can include multiple designs with little extra cost allowing you to increase your range in a cost effective way, as well as test out new products with minimum risk.
However,on the other hand, flexo (ink) printed label printing techniques have the ability to varnish the label for protection, printing up to 8 colours, and the ability to print on the reverse side of the material to allow for extra information(such as serving suggestions), it's a great label printing technique that can be very valuable for medium and large volume projects.
That being said, just because digital labelling is great for small runs of labels,it isn't exclusively for short runs. The lack of setup helps to keep costs down, which still provides advantages for medium and long label runs. Additionally,you can also enjoy high quality 1200 dpi print and finishing options to provide a touch of luxury to your label such as varnishes, laminates, spot inks, and foiling detail. So if you're looking for a short run of a few hundred labels, or if you require tens of thousands of bakery labels, we're confident that you'll find both our pricing and quality of service second to none.
Based in Northamptonshire since 1985, our growth has been a result of our constant drive to keep ahead of the curve of the latest technological advancements; as well as our dedication and commitment to ensuring our clients receive superb customer service and client care.
In addition to our over a quarter of a century of experience in the label manufacturing industry, we are able to provide both flexographic labels printed using ink and digitally printed labels which use toner. This enables us toproduce a diverse range of labels to suit our clients' needs and wants. We can even print on a diverse selection of substrates, with colours ranging from 1 colour to 8 colour custom printed.
Further demonstrating the quality of our products and the high levels of service provided by our staff, we're an approved supplier to many companies throughout different industries, including the well known leading retail businesses, Boots and Next. However, don't just take our word for it, read through some of the testimonials left by our previous clients such as Wild Weather Ales who wrote:
"I can't tell you what a joy you guys are to work with!! Always a pleasure each time, and the quality of your labels are fantastic!"
What Other Printed Labels Are Available From PeterLynn?
Our talented team can provide a huge range of printed labels suitable for a diverse range of applications, able to be produced on almost any material.
Some of the available options include printed clear labels, printed thermal transfer labels, printed PP labels, printed polypropylene labels, printed polyester labels, printed PVC labels, and much,much more.
Interested In Printed Labels For Bakery Products? Get In Touch With The PeterLynn Team
Using our vast knowledge, experience, and design skills; alongside the latest technology at our disposal, we are able to produce beautiful and eye-catching labels on avast selection of materials to help your brand stand out from the competition.So, if you're looking for a new label design to create an up-market look for your product's packaging and reassure your customers that they are investing in a high-quality product, get in touch with PeterLynn. Thanks to our speedy turnaround from artwork approval to delivery, we can create you your ideal labels in a timeframe that meets your needs.
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If you would like to get in touch with a member of the PeterLynn team, simply complete the form below and submit your details for a quote. However, if you have any questions or if you would like to discuss your project with us, give us a call on 01536400344. Our lines are open Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.