Food industry interest in our in-house label printing solutions has been growing rapidly—and we’re not surprised. In-house digital label printing can save businesses time and money, and minimize hassle. [Read more…]
Variable data printing is a rapidly growing requirement for many industries. According to a recent report by MarktsandMarkets, the variable data printing market is projected to reach USD 22.27 billion by 2021. That is to say, within five years, it is expected to double it’s current market size of USD 10.79 billion.
Why Variable Data Printing is Growing
Variable data printing is especially important in markets such as food/beverage, pharmaceutical, and cannabis labeling: markets required by the government to display several variable details. [Read more…]
Imagine doing seven hours of work in just 25 minutes.
That is what the Afinia Label L801 Digital Label Printer has done for Kanani Foods, of Las Vegas, NV.
Prior to switching to the Afinia Label L801, Kanani Foods was using a thermal printer for their food label production. Not only was the job time consuming, but their labels were also aesthetically subpar. After a customer approached them about the look of their labels (the customer said, “We love your products and hate your labels”), Kanani Foods made the leap to the L801, and started experiencing major savings. See their case study here to learn how the L801 has helped them maintain FDA compliance while decreasing labor and increasing savings.
See our Kanani Foods case study.
Genetically Modified Organisms (and GMO Labeling) generate plenty of controversy. Whether you are for or against them, if you are a food producer, the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard legislation will probably affect you.
Previously, there was no legislation requiring food producers to disclose the inclusion of GMO’s in food products. This changed when Vermont’s Governor signed HJ 144 P. 2250 on May 8, 2014, which was set to take effect on July 1, 2016. [Read more…]