It’s our daily bread!
The next group of customers from the food industry are bakeries and confectionery plants. Just as with the meat industry, labels for these customers can be divided into two basic groups.

Decorative labels are usually made on semi-gloss or gloss paper, giving broad printing and finishing possibilities. The use of windows in the varnish makes it possible to add variable data such as production dates using various types of date and time stamps.
Because the label is often applied in dry conditions, and the product is often subjected to a final heat-processing such as pasteurisation, the correct type of adhesive must be selected to prevent migration from under the label.

Thermal transfer labels, just like direct thermal labels, are usually pre-printed with the company logo, graphics or the manufacturer’s address, and have a space for the printing of variable data. In this case however, the printing is usually done using a ribbon on thermal transfer printers. These are typically ZEBRA, CAB, CITIZEN and SATO printers. High-quality self-adhesive paper and an appropriately selected ribbon guarantee the lifespan of the print head and the high quality of the print.

Available printing and decorating techniques:

  1. HD FLEXO printing
  2. Window varnishing
  3. Cold stamping – optional
  4. Embossing
  5. Holographic films – optional
  6. Double-sided labels
  7. Printing on adhesive side and reverse
  8. Deactivation of adhesive
  9. Perforation
  10. Peel-off labels

We implement 100% inspection when printing, giving us a guarantee that every label meets the customer’s expectations.