Maine Sea Salt Tamper Label



Though summer is winding down, there is still time to sell your products at the local farmer’s market. Whether you use a jar, box, or bag, there are a number of options to stand out!

When labeling for a jar, there is the option for multiple labels. The prime (or main) label can be used to showcase a favorite recipe or story about your product in addition to the necessary information like name, weight, ingredients, logo, etc. There is also the space for a cap label, this can be used to double your logo exposure or to call out the “use by” date. And finally, a tamper label can be used as an addition to the cap label or as a separate entity. This is the perfect opportunity to add an accent color or pattern. It also gives a more secure appearance to your product.

If you are using a box or a bag to package your product, a separate seal label can be used as both a design and security feature in addition to the prime label. A seal label can be used to anchor your package closed and like a cap label, it can be used to double your label exposure. It can also be used to anchor a ribbon or tag.

Get in touch and we will work to find the best label combination for you!

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