FARMER'S MARKET SEASON ISN'T OVER YET!

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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