Need high quality professional quality labels for cheese products? Here at PeterLynn, we can provide both flexo (ink) printed and digitally printed cheese labels, produced on our Xeikon press using food safe coloured toners.
With over 25 years of label manufacturing experience we're a leading UK provider of custom printed labels. Our highly skilled and experience team can provide printed labels for a range of products, such as Cheese Labels.
On the other hand you could choose flexographic ink printed labels, which if you are looking for very high volumes of cheese labels could be the more cost-effective option.
As cheese items are food products, you must comply with legal requirements for food labels. In order to be considered compliant, your cheese labelling must be easily visible, permanent, clear and easy to read, and not misleading.Additionally, when including mandatory information, this information must be printed at 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 minimum x-height of 0.9mm." [source gov.uk].
Other requirements include information such as a list of ingredients (with appropriate warnings regarding allergens, food from genetically modified sources, or ingredients which may have been irradiated). Additionally, 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.
What About BREXIT?
There United Kingdom's departure from the European Union could see changes to various different rules and regulations. If the UK leaves the EU without a deal, some new rules will come into effect on exit day, so it's important to be prepared for every possible scenario. As such, it can be very advantageous to choose an experienced labelling supplier who has the skilled and industry knowledge required to keep up with any and all changes in label printing legislation.
Whilst our full colour labels printed using our Xeikon press use food safe coloured toners, this isn't the only fantastic advantage digital printing can provide your business. Our digital printing press can also provide high quality 1200dpi print and finishing options including, varnishes, laminates, spot inks, and foiling detail. This means that you can create beautiful and eye-catching labels designed to attract the attention of potential customers and persuade them to purchase your product. Additionally, thanks to the lack of printing plates, with digital printing you can enjoy great quality and great pricing,whether you need a few hundred or tens of thousands of cheese labels.
Digital Labels Not For You?
If our digitally printed labels do not interest you, our team can also provide flexi (ink) printed labels. This style has advantages of its own including the ability to varnish the label for protection, printing in 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 or recipe ideas).
Thanks to our vast knowledge and experience, our team are able to produce stunning looking labels on a wide array of different materials; helping your brand standout from the competition, whilst also informing and reassuring your customers that they are investing in a high quality product.
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.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 01536 400344. Our lines are open Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.