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New tea totes top-notch labels

Ten-color gravure print gives PVC shrink labels impact.
Galliker Dairy Co., Johnstown, PA, has augmented its line of no-preservatives-added, pasteurized iced teas by introducing “White Tea with Blueberry” in quart- and pint-size bottles. The bottles are adorned with high-shelf-impact PVC shrink-sleeve labels supplied by Seal-It, Inc., a division of Printpack Inc..

The 10-color rotogravure-printed, full-body labels feature artwork of an Asian tea-set vignette on a background of pagodas and blueberry graphics. The print graphics feature the Galliker’s name in prominent red color, plus nutrition facts, ingredients listings, and barcodes. Seal-It supplies the printed labels on rolls. Automatic equipment is used to apply the contour-fitting labels to the iced tea bottles.

Galliker markets its products, including milks, ice creams, juices, and iced teas, in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Virginia, Maryland, and West Virginia.

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