Fine Cut Blog Archive for December 2011
The public is being advised how to handle their unwanted Christmas presents, The Portsmouth News writes.
Junk food labels could come with an fitness warning in a bid to inform people how much exercise could be required to burn off the calories found in a product, reports Marie Claire.
The release of a new printer is set to transform the way printed labels are created.
Labelling is continuing to cause problems in the bid to encourage consumers to buy sustainable seafood, reports The Guardian.
Retailers will not need to comply with new European Union (EU) labelling guidelines until 2014, according to the Food Standards Agency (FSA).
A new £2 coin has been commissioned to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Charles Dickens' birth, reports the Mail Online.
An engraver who carved the names of all England's World Cup goalscorers on to a football boot stud has talked about what drove him to make the piece.