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  • Studies cite need for better household product labels

    Greg Hrinya, Associate Editor || September 11, 2015
    Hazardous chemicals are sometimes found in products labeled “all-natural,” “safer,” and “fragrance free.”


    March 9, 2015
    MACtac has unveiled its newest adhesive technology that will be featured on its squeezable films and polypropylene products. MACtac MP880 adhesive is a clear, permanent acrylic with tack and adhesion properties designed for film label applications fo…

  • Household Products Labeling

    Household Products Labeling

    Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor || March 13, 2013
    The labels on these essential products in a highly competitive market require a balance of durability and high-impact shelf appeal.

  • Wine Labeling

    Wine Labeling

    March 11, 2011
    This coveted, high-end packaging niche blends the creativity and resources of winemakers, designers, printers, and suppliers.

  • Pharmaceutical Labeling

    Pharmaceutical Labeling

    August 27, 2010
    Servicing the pharmaceutical industrys labeling needs requires a healthy mix of dedication and flexibilty.

  • Household Products Labeling

    Household Products Labeling

    October 7, 2009
    The printing process and material choices are key considerations in the competitive household goods market.

  • Beauty and Personal Care Labeling

    Beauty and Personal Care Labeling

    September 2, 2009
    Consumers, brand owners and converters are adjusting to the shifting outlook of this lucrative market and niche of the label industry.

  • Nutraceuticals Labeling

    Nutraceuticals Labeling

    May 7, 2009
    Products designed to improve health and well-being have created a healthy, diverse, yet complex niche of the labeling industry.

  • Beauty & Personal Care Labeling

    Beauty & Personal Care Labeling

    May 11, 2006
    The popularity of beauty and personal care items on store shelves has increased demand for labels and made the industry an important one for converters to recognize and understand.

  • Pharmaceutical Labeling

    July 8, 2005
    As the FDA continues to crack down on label requirements, converters find new and innovative ways to provide their customers with extra label space in a cost-effective manner.