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White paper discusses advances in roll-fed extended content labeling

White paper from Quality Assured Label explains the recent development of roll-fed extended content labels (ECLs), also called booklet labels. Covers benefits such as the ability to increase content area by up to 200%, utilize existing materials and labeling equipment, and maintain current production line speeds.
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Video: Roll-fed expanded content labels in action
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Video: Roll-fed expanded content labels in action

See this short video from Quality Assured that demonstrates how expanded content labels open and re-close for roll-fed labeling applications. Video also demonstrates in-line application on existing equipment.
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OFF THE SHELF: Greener package for calcium supplement
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OFF THE SHELF: Greener package for calcium supplement

Anne Marie Mohan examines a full-bodied shrink sleeve labeled container for GlaxoSmithKline calcium supplements that requires significantly less packaging materials.
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Extended-text label spices up sales of seasoning blends

A new peel-back, three-panel label for a line of Club House brand One Step Seasoning Blends from McCormick Canada, Inc. has uncovered more than additional label space.
OFF THE SHELF: Spice bottle gets extended-text treatment
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OFF THE SHELF: Spice bottle gets extended-text treatment

Anne Marie Mohan describes a PET container of Club House brand seasonings from McCormick Canada that uses clever pressure-sensitive labeling to bring consumers recipes in both English and French.

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