Fine Cut Blog Archive for September 2011
The number of food labels that describe the product as "free from" a specific ingredient is rising, according to market analysis from a research group.
New technology could revolutionise the way food products' best before and use by dates are labelled.
Sell-by dates on food packaging are set to be scrapped in a bid to reduce food waste.
Information labels on osteoporosis drugs are set to be improved following a vote by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
A new study has shown the extent to which sleeves are growing in popularity in the world of industrial labels, with this type of packaging accounting for 12 per cent of the global market.
The majority of consumers want fast food chains to display the calorie content of their menus, according to a new poll.
Product labels on children's food should have a traffic light system to demonstrate any nutritional information, according to consumer watchdog Which?.