BYB Brands, a Coke Consolidated division, is taking advantage of special extended-test labels on its Tum-E Yummies brand, a fun, nutritious drink option for kids that comes with a spill-proof sports cap.
With Nosco’s Lit-a-Sure, packagers achieve consistent insert placement by pre-attaching inserts to cartons, rather than packaging them loose in the box, helping to increase patient information access and provide a more professional presentation.
Using a multi-layered design, Schreiner MediPharm’s new Pharma-Tac Plus label for infusion bottles allows ample space for pertinent information, helps ensure reliable documentation, and easily hangs to assist bedside caregivers.
Your product isn't getting any larger, so, how do you maintain shelf appeal, get brand messaging across and meet regulatory requirements? For many Consumer Product Groups the answer is extended content labels (ECL). Download this white paper from Quality Assured to learn more.
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.
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.