Honey Labeling Guide
When it comes to packaging your honey, you have a few options. Labels are key when it comes to product marketing and packaging. Package labels are the first thing customers see. The label on a product allows the customer to know what is in the food they're eating or the product they're using. This allows the consumer to know how healthy, or unhealthy, the product is. It's also important to display the ingredients for those who may be allergic to certain ingredients. Labels also provide descriptive information, such as the size, ingredients, instructions on how to use the product, how to store the product properly, and more. Save yourself time by allowing us to customize your labels!
THE BENEFITS OF HAVING YOUR HONEY LABELS PRINTED
Superior Quality and Durability
Most suppliers of print-at-home materials use lower quality materials, as they are printed using your home printer. This means that they will get ruined when coming in contact with fluids. Mann Lake uses higher-grade materials that are durable. This ensures your packaging will look sleek and professional for the whole shelf life, and long after!
Easily Removable Adhesive
Let’s face it, print-at-home labels are often paper-based materials that are very sticky and messy when removed. If you’re a supplier that re-uses your jars, or has a recycling program, getting your stickers printed on a removable vinyl allows for easy removal of the stickers off your jars, and will save you a ton of time.
Customized labels provide an identity and brand. Custom printed labels help to draw out a separate identity for your brand. They help customers to recognize your product on shelves. Mann Lake prints label in-house and have a team to look over your labels and ensure everything will print visually pleasing and error-free.
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85% of shoppers say that their decision to buy a product is informed by reading a product’s packaging while they’re shopping.
Label Information is Crucial
- Ingredients: The label on a product allows the customer to know what is in the food they’re eating or the product they’re using. This allows the consumer to know how healthy, or unhealthy, the product is. It’s also important to display the ingredients for those who may be allergic to certain ingredients. Especially on food and beverage labels, it’s easy to see the “may contain so-and-so ingredient” so those allergic to that ingredient know to avoid it.
- Health Risks: Again, labels contain information that’s important for people with allergies. But in addition to allergic reaction risks, there are other health risks that should be on labels. For instance, cigarettes, chewing tobacco, and alcoholic beverage labels must contain health warnings. Additionally, warnings of poison or hazardous products must also be clearly displayed.
- Instructions: Using a product incorrectly can have serious consequences, so it’s important for the consumer to know the proper way to use the product. Using booklet labels will allow you to go in-depth for step-by-step instructions.
- Promotion and Marketing: A product’s label can market the product all on its own. Consumers may be attracted to a brightly colored label and end up purchasing that product. If your product has a unique label, it can be key to helping a consumer pick out your product amongst the others on the shelf. And with today’s technology and advancements in label manufacturing, labels are now used for cross-brand marketing, recipe information, couponing, sweepstakes, and gaming. With that in mind, it’s important to remember that labeling your products can be a useful sales too.
Use our label guide to find out which labels fit your jar best! Click here to download our actual size templates.