Fine Cut Blog Archive for May 2010
UK supermarket giant Tesco announced last week that it would be moving alcohol unit information from the back of product labels to the front to "help consumers make responsible decisions about drinking."
Over half of adults want tougher warning labels to be printed on alcoholic drinks, according to the Retail Bulletin.
A fifth of the 20,500 pre-registered visitors who are coming to the Birmingham NEC for international print show IPEX are on the lookout for investments in packaging printing such as product labels.
Ticketing technology is set to be revolutionised with the announcement that TheTrainLine.com has enlisted the help of barcode experts Masabi, to create an innovative mobile ticket service.
Famous footballer and hero to millions of children, David Beckham is set to lend his face to Young's product labels, in a bid to encourage more people to eat healthily.
Historic whisky brand Glen Rossie have revamped their bottles and labels after hiring Status Quo's Francis Rossi for inspiration.
Lives which have been lost in the war in Afghanistan and Iraq are being remembered with nameplates and precision engraving which loved ones are investing in, in memory of their friends and family who have fought.