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  • Beverage labels hauled into court

    Jack Kenny || October 10, 2014
    Lawsuits rise in the US against claims made on labels.

  • Digital’s steady growth

    Digital’s steady growth

    Jack Kenny || September 9, 2014
    A necessity in today’s label shop, digital print continues its advance.

  • The Battle for Shelf Appeal

    The Battle for Shelf Appeal

    Steve Katz, Editor || June 17, 2014
    The 2014 FINAT Congress in Monaco provided insight on the drivers, trends and developments shaping the label and packaging industry.

  • Going public

    Calvin Frost || April 15, 2014
    For the last month or so I’ve been caught between religion and safety culture.  I’m not sure why, but it’s happened (am I getting older?). I can’t seem to make them connect: one is so subjective and the other totally blac…

  • ‘Pot’-stickers: using labels to make friends

    Mark Lusky || April 15, 2014
    Burgeoning recreational marijuana industries in Washington and Colorado provide a rare glimpse into the birth of a brand new market. For custom label printers, it’s both an opportunity and an enigma. In Colorado, where retail sales began Janua…

  • What’s next for release liner?

    What’s next for release liner?

    Ann Hirst-Smith || November 5, 2013
    The recent AWA seminar on label release liner focused on issues and opportunities.

  • A map for matrix recycling

    A map for matrix recycling

    Jack Kenny, Contributing Editor || May 31, 2013
    Avery Dennison’s interactive map shows options to landfilling in the USA.

  • Profit from regulation

    Jack Kenny, Contributing Editor || March 13, 2013
    The continuing expansion of nutritional labeling means business for converters.

  • North American Label Markets

    North American Label Markets

    Michelle Sartor || January 16, 2006
    After a reasonably healthy year, narrow web converters in North America prepare for price increases, technological growth, and continued attempts to commoditize quality printed products.

  • Labels, stickers can engage or enrage

    Mark Lusky || January 26, 2015
    Sometimes lost in the rush to manufacture appealing products are the “little things” that can engage or deter shoppers scouring the shelves of brick-and-mortar stores. Often, labels and stickers play a key role in the choice to buy or mov…