Glass has always been the best choice when it comes to food packaging and preservation, because it is safe, reusable and has multiple purposes. Unlike plastic, glass containers cannot leak unwanted chemicals into food. The most popular glass packages are jars with their variety of shapes and sizes, and the most popular among them are mason jars.
Common commercial or handmade products kept in jars are: honey, jam, jelly, peanut butter, maple syrup, canned vegetables, canned fruit. You’ll also find the following in jars: fresh fruit, spaghetti sauce, apple sauce, all sorts of sauces and fillings, soups, canned chicken, ground beef, flour, oats, cereal, any other dry goods, uncooked pasta, baked cookies, even mayonnaise. So, the question becomes: apart from eggs, is there any food you CAN’T keep in a jar? There probably isn’t, but most foods are typically packaged differently (meat, most bakery products, dairy, etc.).
Two Important Components of Jar Labels: Information and Design
Even though jars come in different shapes and sizes, many products in them look the same to consumers. The only thing that differentiates them and makes them recognizable as a brand are visually appealing jar labels.
Custom jar labels can help your product stand out from the competition. The design and important food information such as ingredients, nutritional facts, allergens and best before date, play equally important parts for the consumer. The purpose of visual design is to attract, and the information serves to present the product’s content values to curious consumers. For more details on what information is required on your jar label, you need to consult the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Make Your Product Stand Out on the Shelf with Custom Jar Labels
Foodpackaginglabels.net offers a wide range of different blank labels that are square, rectangular, oval or circular in shape and can be almost any size. They can be used as jam, sauce, spices, pickles, salsa, candy or honey jar labels. Ordering blank labels for jars is easy and fast through our website.
If you have special preferences and want to have a custom designed sticker for your product, our design team can meet all your needs when it comes to material, color, shape, size and branding of your product labels. However, note that not all label materials will adhere nicely to glass, uneven shapes of jars. That’s why it’s important to listen to recommendations from printing experts.
We have extensive experience in providing classy mason jar labels, but we can also design and create any jar label according to your requirements and your product specifications.
Our advantage is that there is no minimum order of labels, so if you need only one sheet, we will print it for you at a reasonable price. Our staff will make sure to choose the appropriate printing method and material to accommodate your budget and make sure the material adheres perfectly to the glass substrate.