While individuals are typically not ingesting chemicals that are stored in drums and large barrels, it is still critical for all items to have durable labels that adhere to GDS labeling standards.
Back in May, we wrote about some of the most important changes to federal nutrition labeling rules in at least two decades. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration had just announced that new Nutrition Facts labels would emphasize calorie counts and added sugars, and be based on serving sizes that reflect the amount of food that Americans typically eat on a daily basis.
Any change to nutrition labeling rules will give food and beverage makers pause.
Any change to nutrition labeling rules is enough to give food and beverage makers pause. After all, the new labels may make certain products appear less healthy than they did previously, leading to reduced sales. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
As Packaging Digest noted, big label redesign is an opportunity to rebrand products in a way that will elicit positive responses from consumers.
Here are some ideas to consider:
It’s absolutely crucial for food and beverage companies to have the printing capabilities necessary to adhere to new regulations and also improve their product designs. Durafast offers printing solutions that help you produce exactly what you are looking for in a cost-effective manner. Contact us today!