Safety Stickers

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    Warning Labels and Stickers: Conveying Vital Information

    Deck Your Products and Equipment Out in Safety-Conscious Stickers

    There's no such thing as being too safe. During National Safety Month, it's time for every business, even those that have a great record of product and employee safety, to consider what extra steps they could be taking. Custom warning labels and stickers are a good way to give shoppers and workers a heads-up about any potential dangers. Your business should already be in compliance with all labeling laws and workplace regulations - but there's still plenty of room to order new safety labels. You can go above and beyond what the rules call for, marking your company as conscientious and attentive.

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  • Incomplete Product Labeling Leads to Recalls

    Are Your Product Labels Up to Date?

    Product labeling is one of the major regulatory necessities any food or beverage producer has to check off when getting products to market. If you make an omission from an ingredients listing or fail to affix a mandated safety label, the result could be a lengthy and costly recall process. When laying out your product labels, you should be mindful of every piece of information consumers are required to know.

    To show what happens when brands fail to live up to these standards, here is a list of recent recalls due to omissions or inaccuracies on product labels:

    Incomplete Listings Bring Recalls

    There are several circumstances that can lead to a product recall.

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  • Custom Hazard Labels – Keeping Kids Safe During the Holidays

    In many homes, December is a month for getting together with the family and exchanging presents - but are the toys and other gifts children receive safe? This is a vital question, and one that manufacturers should ponder when deciding on their labeling strategies. Custom hazard labels can help ensure items aren't used in risky ways, and keep parents and guardians aware of any information they should know.

    December has been set aside as Safe Toys and Gifts Month, a formalized way of acknowledging that brand leaders should keep their customers safe and secure with as much information as possible.

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  • Companies, Consumers Parsing GMO Food Labeling Laws

    Checking in on the GMO Food Labeling Question

    When it comes to food product labels displaying new nutrition information, genetically modified organisms are the latest battleground. If you've been following the news over the past few months, you've likely noticed that the question of whether there is a need to identify such ingredients on packaging has intensified, fought by legislators, consumers and trade groups at both state and federal levels. Now, it's time to take stock of the situation, especially if your own products fall into this category.

    Rather than risk fines or legal suits for mislabeled products, it's best to get ahead of the curve, react effectively to each newly applied law and refresh your food labels when necessary.

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  • Fire Prevention Week is October 9-15: How Fire Prevention Stickers Can Help

    Fire remains a deadly and devastating threat facing homes and businesses around the world, but there are plenty of actions people can take to ensure their dwellings and places of business are as well protected as possible. Fire Prevention Week is all about reminding the public about the various ways to guard against the risk of fire. You can take this opportunity to print general awareness stickers, and use it as a reminder to print up fire prevention stickers that will protect your own loved ones or pets in the event of a fire.

    Awareness Increases

    If you serve on a community organization that wants to promote Fire Prevention Week, fire prevention stickers are a great way to get people thinking about the issue.

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  • It's Baby Safety Month: Are Your Products Properly Labeled?

    Are Your Products Labeled for Safety?

    Some products shouldn't be used around children, and the proper labeling of these items is one of the most important steps in manufacturing and distributing them up to industry standards. Some labeling conventions are required by law, others are extra add-ons that parents will be grateful for. September is a great time to check and make sure your products are as clearly labeled as possible, as it's Baby Safety Month. People with small children want to know right away which items should be kept far away from their little ones, and custom childproof labels are an effective way to tell them.

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  • The Success of EPA's New 'Safer Choice' Label

    The Challenge of Hazardous Chemicals It's no news that consumers today want products that are not only healthy and safe, but also good for the environment. For the food and beverage industry, this increased demand for better products has been driven by the desire to make healthier choices and be able to more easily understand what ingredients are contained in the item. And although the industry has recently been fraught with controversy, such as the ongoing debate regarding whether GMO labeling should be mandatory, the premise is relatively simple: Let consumers know exactly what ingredients are used in the product and don't try to deceive them with buzzwords and marketing gimmicks on the packaging and labeling

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  • Target Severs Ties With Textile Supplier For Mislabeling Products

    India Manufacturing Company Under Fire After False Labeling of Sheets Businesses have become increasingly pressured to ensure that their products are safely sourced and appropriately labeled. Failing to disclose certain ingredients or details can lead to massive product recalls, whereas incorrectly labeling a good as being something that isn't entirely true can have consequences, including loss of revenue, reputation damage and litigation fees.

    However, when it comes to ensuring high ethical standards are met, organizations don't just have their own business to worry about. They must also look to their vendors and partners, as any missteps taken by these parties are ones the company could end up being found liable for.

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  • President Obama Officially Signs Mandatory GMO Labeling Law

    New Mandatory Labeling Legislation for GMO Products In news that was widely expected but only recently made official, President Obama has signed a bill making it mandatory for food companies to include on product labels the use of GMO ingredients, Deutsche Welle reported. Regulators will be given two years to establish new policies and standards for manufacturers to abide by. The source added that this law requiring GMO labeling makes it so food packages must include text, an image or a digital code that informs shoppers whether or not the product contains genetically modified organisms.

    At the beginning of July, Vermont officially became the first U.

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  • 5 Things Millennials Look for In Product Packaging

    Marketing Your Products to Generation Y
    Most businesses understand the pivotal role product packaging and labeling play in marketing. Everything from the colors and fonts to the graphics and wording on an item's container can influence the buying decisions of shoppers. However, when designing labels for goods, it is crucial that the seller takes into account the specific preferences of the target audience. 

    The millennial generation, which includes those born between 1981 and 2000, is now the largest demographic in the United States. According to Processor News, these individuals account for more than a quarter of the country's population and, collectively, represent about $200 billion a year in purchasing power - clearly making them an essential group for brands to market toward.

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