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    Are Meat and Dairy Product Labels Confusing Consumers?

    Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

    in Food Labelling, News, Regulations, Safety

    A report recently published by “Labelling Matters” states that new research has found that based on the label alone, most consumers are likely to misinterpret the farming method used from the meat and dairy product labels on the product. They  Labelling Matters] have defined meat and dairy product labels as ‘confusing’ if they imply higher welfare […]

    Such A Sad End To A Creative Project

    Thursday, January 24th, 2013

    in Artwork, Feedback, Fun, Label Company News, Safety

    Here at Positive ID Labels we like to be creative as much as possible. Recently one of our staff members took it upon themselves to create a sculpture to decorate the front of our new factory. To begin with the project was going swimmingly as the sculpture really started to take shape from the piece of rock that it […]

    Praised for Deli Labels Again

    Tuesday, September 25th, 2012

    in Deli Labels, Feedback, Label Company News, PID Labelling Advice, Safety, Sandwich Labelling

    Delicatessen labels form a part of our food labelling production. Temptations Bar is one such delicatessen labels customer and we have been providing them with delicatessen labels for their labelling printer for several years now. Positive ID Labels always like to hear feedback from customers, whatever that feedback may be. When it is positive it […]

    Food Labelling Date Labels: Use by, sell by, best before?

    Tuesday, September 18th, 2012

    in Allergy Labels, Batch Number Labels, Best Before Labels, Deli Labels, Label Company News, PID Labelling Advice, Safety, Sandwich Labelling

    For Food Labelling Date Labels Positive ID Labelling are coming to the rescue by continuing with our safety blogs, this time we are explaining use by, best before, sell by and display until date labels. What is the difference between use by, sell by and best before? How should they be treated differently? The FSA […]

    Sandwich Labelling Ingredients

    Friday, September 14th, 2012

    in Allergy Labels, PID Labelling Advice, Safety, Sandwich Labelling

    In this installment of Positive ID Labels safety blog is all about sandwich label ingredients, and how they should be displayed; how sandwich labelling ingredients should be displayed is specified with EU regulations known as EU Food Information to Consumers or EU FIC for short. Sandwich labelling ingredients should be listed in quantitative order within […]

    Allergy Labelling Food Labels

    Wednesday, September 12th, 2012

    in PID Labelling Advice, Safety, Sandwich Labelling

    Allergy labelling on food labels is a very important element of unified labelling regulations across the EU. Here at Positive ID Labels, we have recently started a series of blogs that help advice and inform about what is required on sandwich and food labelling, just to help out you wonderful people; our customers. This installment […]

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